Sound effects in audiobooks, what do you think? #twitter #poll

I’m conducting a short poll for all listeners of audiobooks. I’d love to know what people think of the use of sound effects in audiobooks. I mean the odd effect to enhance the audio experience, not full on audio drama with music etc. Even if you are not a big audiobook listener, do you have an opinion on how audiobooks should be produced?

I think it’s an interesting subject to discuss, so please take part in the twitter poll below

And of course leave comments in the post, I want to know what you think. Let’s talk sound effects. Over to you…


Suzanne Rogerson – Author of epic and heroic fantasy

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2 thoughts on “Sound effects in audiobooks, what do you think? #twitter #poll

  1. I generally don’t listen to audiobooks, because they send me to sleep so quickly, but the ones that do utilise sound effects tend to hold my attention better than those that don’t. The audio edition of Star Wars: Thrawn is the best example I’ve ever listened to. Admittedly, the narrator is excellent, but I don’t think I would have enjoyed the audio quite as much without the exemplary use of sound effects.

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