ACX Master Class

Our ACX Master Class graduates have produced more than
2,329 audiobooks currently for sale on Audible.com.

All since completing the coursework.

Registration for the 2019 ACX Master Class has closed. If you’d like us to let you know if we offer this class again, please add yourself to the Alert List (below). If you’re a current or previous student, please login to access the class materials.

— Dan O’Day and David H. Lawrence XVII

If you do not see the blue & white “Alert List” box above this sentence, here’s an alternate route to the Alert Box.

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16 thoughts on “ACX Master Class

  1. To be advised of future classes, including syllabus, tuition, etc., please join our Alert List by using the form on this page.

    1. I’m from Canada and already on the alert list (signed up when it was only open to US and UK residents)but in none of the emails I’ve received has there been any information regarding tuition/price. What does this course cost??

      1. @Marion Burdorf: All the details, including tuition, will be provided when we open Registration. Because you’re on the Alert List, you’ll be advised in advance of the day Registration opens.

        And congratulations on being so proactive that you joined the list before ACX was even open to Canadians!

    2. Stuart Rich says:

      I do not see a blue and white box anywhere. I’ve scrolled up and down. Is it possible this page is not “mobile friendly”? I’ll try again later on my laptop but web-connected phones are so ubiquitous, it might be worth checking. Thanks!

      1. @Stuart Rich: Very strange; this page is mobile friendly. We just now tested it to make sure nothing had broken in that regard.

        Out of curiosity, what do you see immediately underneath “— Dan O’Day and David H. Lawrence XVII” two paragraphs below “All since completing the coursework”?

        You’ll find the same blue & white Alert List box on our Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/ACXMasterClass/app/123077107711598/

        Finally: How about this? https://forms.aweber.com/form/48/942232248.htm

        1. Stuart Rich says:

          Nothing there except for this new sentence, which is great. .
          “If you do not see the blue & white “Alert List” box above this sentence, here’s an alternate route to the Alert Box.”

  2. @Jean Gray: To be alerted when we announce our next class, please fill in your name & email address in the blue & white box “Alert List” box you see higher up on this page. Thanks.

  3. Hawkeye Richardson: All the information will be provided in full detail when we open Registration. Everyone on the Alert List has been advised exactly when Registration opens. To get all the details as soon as they’re available, please use the blue & white box you see beneath the video.

  4. @Tammie Allen: Although we won’t be able to offer financing for the people who earn a huge discount by taking Early Action, we’re exploring the possibility of multi-pay for the non-discounted tuition.

  5. @Ken Tobin: We’re not able to add you to the Alert List ourselves. As an anti-spam measure, our host provider requires you to join the list yourself by using the blue & white form you see on this page, above these messages. Please be sure to use that form ASAP, to make sure we’re able to update you via email.

  6. The blue & white “Alert List” box is higher up on this page. Just scroll upward until you see it. Thanks.

  7. Greg Foley: We’re not able to add you to the Alert List ourselves. Please join the list by using the blue & white form you see on this page, above these messages. Please be sure to use that form ASAP, to make sure we’re able to update you via email.

  8. @Timothy Rebman: Great! Please use the blue & white box at the top of this page to join our Alert List. That will enable us to keep you posted with details of our next class (which will be held soon).

  9. Because we cannot add you to the list ourselves (to protect you from spam), please join the Alert List by scrolling up toward the top of this page, where you’ll find the blue & white “Alert List” box. Looking forward to having you join us for the 2019 class!

  10. Andy Varga says:

    Can you tell me how important is it to be able to do different character voices or accents to be a successful audio book narrator. Also , is there much demand for English accent narrators?

    1. @Andy Varga It absolutely is not important to be able to do different character voices or accents. We address the “character voices” question in this video: http://bit.ly/2AP9ojg

      There’s also no shortage of titles for a narrator with an English accent. In addition to the many books that do require an English accent, there are many books for whom the author didn’t necessarily have a British accent in mind but when the author hears the audition thinks, “Perfect!”

      In the first two videos (http://bit.ly/2AP9ojg), among the graduates you’ll hear from are Jannie Meisberger (English) and Jim Cassidy (Scottish). The number of titles that specifically call for a Scottish accent, of course, is smaller than the the number of titles that call for an English accent. But Jim remains happily busy. While we believe Jim is our only Scottish graduate (so far), numerous active members of the ACX Master Class Mastermind Group are English; none has reported difficulty finding good opportunities.

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