Having intense and impressive footage for your project is good, but many times it is ruined by the sound chosen to accompany it. The best rule is to make sure there is no audio of bad quality left, and to replace all natural audio with a music track when possible. Here is how to make sure that your audio is good, and what else you should avoid. You should be knowledgable about all of your tools and more.
- The right audio equipment will improve your initial recording and reduce the amount of post-production work.
- SOUND FORGE Audio Studio 12 has noise reduction tools for filtering out ambient noise.
- SOUND FORGE lets you gather usable sounds into a library and use them to replace destructive audio.
“One good rule of thumb for this audio will be: bad audio should be minimized and, if possible, repaired or replaced with music”