0 Tips to help you record narration like the pros Posted by Karen Kimberling on June 10, 2009 at 12:08pm Hi everyone,I found this through delicious today...very good tips if you are recording audio'http://www.articulate.com/rapid-elearning/13-more-tips-to-help-you-record-narration-like-the-pros/Karen You need to be a member of learningandskillsgroup to add comments! Join learningandskillsgroup Tags: Email me when people reply – Follow
Egg carton foam packaging material is inexpensive and easy to acquire.
Place your microphone in box [12" X 12"] lined with foam material. This little technique has been used by reporters around the world; recording final audio tracks from w/in the walls of their hotel room.
If audio is being used for web or eLearning save to MP3/4 format (reducing file size). WMV files work too, but MP3/4 formats are the preferred method.
9 months since this was added, would you say you are now recording like a pro?
Are there any other blogs or tips you've found around pod casting or any other handy hints and tips on other blogs you use that you could share?
Our audio expert Tracey Field has just written a blog post on this exact subject, which provides 6 practical tips to help you create professional recordings on a shoestring.
6 tips to make your DIY audio sound professional
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