are already a reader there will be no problem with your reading voice of
course but we still need to ask the standards group to assess the
quality of the product of your home facilities.
should therefore prepare a brief (2 minute) sample of what you can
produce. The content is unimportant and the file can be either MP3 or
wav (preferably MP3 to produce a smaller file for email attachment).
The software that most of us use is a basic (but good enough) free
program called Audacity. If you need to download a copy you can do so by
preferred settings for the recordings are Mono 16 bit 44100Hz. If that
is all gobbledegook donít worry its fairly easy to ensure that these
settings become the default. If you
are currently using other software then by all means stick to that if
you can use the same settings. You might want to save your
Audacity recordings as mp3 files but will find that you are asked to
If you do not already have it on your PC you can download it here ->