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Al Capone Sample
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One of our most recent books was narrated at Sunset House Recording Studio by the author Dianne Patricia Capone the granddaughter and living relative of Al Capone. This is an enthralling audio book which tells the true, inside personal story of Al Capone and is a must listen for the avid audio book listener. You will not be disappointed. 

Production Costs: 

 The cost of an audio book will be anywhere between $2,000 and $3,750 for a five-hour book. That breaks down to about $400 to $650 per finished hour of audiobook content.

Procedures involved in the recording process and production.

  • Recording the narrated version of the book.

  • Editing the files to remove hesitations and any unwanted noise.

  • Mastering the audio files to professional standards

  • Re-recording sections to fix mistakes

  • Adding intro and outro music

  • Delivering the final, high-quality audio files


If this is something that may interest, you please let me know.

Al Capone cover

Sunset House Recording Studio has now moved into the arena of recording and producing Audio Books. Our team of expert recording engineers and producers produce a product that is ready for worldwide 

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The Nancies cover

The Nancies follows the three Bull sisters, young Addie, tough Delia and compassionate Sallie through the tempest of Civil War. Through unimaginable change and loss, they each find a wider place in the world and in their own hearts. The Nancies is replete with romance, conflict, daring, discovery and the unexpected call to live beyond ones safe and familiar boundaries. 

the Nancies sample
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Our most recent book was also narrated at Sunset House Recording Studio by the author Sue Pearson an Emmy award winning journalist and independent public television producer. She lives in the foothills near Sacramento, California tending a small ranch and caring for her beloved animals.

They called themselves "The Nancie Hart Melitia" Forty-six privileged women who weren't looking for trouble but were trained and ready should trouble come looking for them. 

The Civil War had taken away their men, and their way of life, but it wasn't going to take their town without a fight. When the moment came, dressed in their finery, bearing Enfield rifles, and armed with courage, they demonstrated the power of love in the face of fear.


Inspired by a true story,

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