Having clear-sounding dialogue is important, so you should make sure that your dialogue sounds good while you’re editing. Poor-quality audio can take your audience right out of the story that you’re trying to tell. One way to make sure you have good dialogue is to use ambient noise to smooth out your editing process. You should find a good example of room tone in your clip and use that when you’re editing. Read on to find out how.
- It’s important to take the time to really clean up your dialogue during the editing process.
- You should make sure that you smooth out your dialogue properly so it’s not distracting.
- Using ambiance to edit your dialogue audio is a good way of doing it.
“Room tone is the subtle, low-volume sounds present in every room. It obviously isn’t complete silence because air ducts, outside sounds, and other subtle audio hums and buzzes are often captured.”