3 Tips for Creating Business Recordings

Mar 30, 2012 | Better Audio & Video | 0 comments

If you are preparing to record a video or an audio for your business, here are some tips to help you get the best results:

1. Interviews

When recording an interview (for e.g., with an expert in your line of work), use a good digital voice recorder to get the best audio quality. If it’s a telephonic interview, use a telephone adapter to ensure both sides of the conversation are recorded clearly.

2. Teleconferences

If you are conducting a teleclass or a teleconference with multiple participants, try using a professional conference service like (GoToMeeting or WebEx). These services create professional recordings and also offer services to improve the overall execution of the event (such as chat functions, interactive presentations, etc.).

3.  Presentations

If you are going to present on a stage (for e.g. to make a speech or conduct a yoga session) don’t depend on a distant video camera to capture your voice, use a good lavalier microphone instead. It’s a tiny device that can be hidden within the folds of your shirt or dress and is ideal for recording speech.

Whether online or offline, clarity of audio is essential if you want your audience to derive maximum benefit from the recording… and absolutely crucial if you plan to get the recording transcribed.

Happy recording!

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