We all know that professional audio recording makes a big difference in the quality of an elearning course. It’s difficult to listen to even a short audio clip when the sound quality is bad.
However, many of us are faced with ever-shrinking project budgets and look for ways to reduce some development costs. Bringing audio recording in-house seems like a good way to reduce expenses, but you also worry about reducing quality.
As we started to create more video support content for Claro, here’s how we were able to save money and make professional-quality recording at the same time.
This Audio Recording Best Practices guide covers:
- The microphone
- The DIY sound booth
- The pop filter
- On the Air sign
- Audio programs
- The recording session