Can I submit a public domain title?
Public domain titles are permissible for distribution on Findaway Voices, but existing public domain performances may not be submitted by anyone but the original performer.
In short, this means that you cannot submit someone else's public domain title performance, but you may submit an original recording of a public domain title, provided that title meets our asset quality guidelines.
As a general rule, the title will need to be in the public domain worldwide, as we require all titles submitted through Findaway Voices to have worldwide rights.
Public Domain Content Policy
Public domain titles are permissible for distribution on Findaway Voices, but existing public domain performances may not be submitted by anyone but the original performer or organization coordinating the performance. In short, this means that you ...
How do I enter copyright information for Public Domain titles
For Public Domain titles, please list the original copyright owner and date for the Source Copyright Owner and the Source Copyright Date. Important Note: "Public Domain" is not a valid copyright.
Can I submit an audiobook even if I don't have an ebook version?
Yes! You are able to submit an audiobook, even if you don't have a print/ebook edition yet. The only exception to this is Audible, as they require an ebook/print copy listed on Amazon in order to distribute on Amazon/Audible. If you do not have the ...
How to Transfer Your Non-Exclusive Title to Findaway Voices
Managing ACX Distribution with Findaway Voices Want to move your book from ACX to Findaway Voices? Here’s how to make that happen! The steps below will guide you through what you should do if your book has been claimed or distributed through ACX and ...
Can Findaway Voices review my audio files before I submit for distribution?
Unfortunately, we're not able to review your art or audio until you submit it for distribution. However, if you follow the steps lined up in our mastering guide, and review your audio closely for the requirements lined up in the technical ...