Adobe Audition makes it very easy to save all of your post processing effects and tweaks as a one-click preset. If you normally record yourself remotely, or produce others at your company on the same mic in the same dedicated environment, you should really consider this technique to speed up your work and make your audio more consistent at the same time.
A lot of learning organizations depend on the Adobe Creative Cloud for all of their design and media needs. If you use Adobe Audition for your audio work, here is how to remove those unwanted noises and breaths. Audition offers a couple of ways to do it, and here I will show you both using the lasso tool and the healing tool.
In many organizations, subject matter experts and trainers are used to record microlearning audio and video products, but you are almost always left with noises and breaths that you don’t desire. Let me show you how you can remove them in Audacity without altering the quality of your original recording.
Audacity is a free and professional quality audio recorder and editor. This makes it an attractive option for organizations who do not have the Adobe Cloud, but want to use media in their learning. Here I show you the way to set yourself up for success with an A-Z Lunch N’ Learn recording.
Audacity is a great free tool for creating voiceover recordings for your eLearning projects. If you are already familiar with Audacity and the basics of audio recording, this may be a better option for you than the comprehensive video above.
If you develop eLearning, or work in corporate communications and marketing, you have likely been handed a script that a stakeholder wants to have recorded to synchronize with their presentation. If that sounds like you, and you have a copy of the freeware Audacity, then you are in luck. Audacity has a feature that allows you to tag your single audio file and export it into multiple files, all labeled and ready to insert and match to your visuals!
Not every type of microphone is right for your eLearning application, based upon where you will be recording. For noisy offices or conference rooms, you will want a dynamic podcasting style. For the most natural sound, or voice acting, if you have a quiet office or at home environment then a cardioid condenser is a great choice. Here is a quick video to help you sort that out.