Audio Editing in Teleseminars: Putting the Finishing Touches on Your Product
It’s quite common for teleseminar hosts to repackage their teleseminars as audio files. This is often done to allow attendees a means to review the seminar on their own or as a means to earn an income from a finished product. However, teleseminar sessions particularly those which are interactive are very rarely perfect. Audio quality, for one, isn’t always ideal. So how do you perform audio editing in teleseminars in order to produce a good recording? Here are ways how:
Use a reliable recording device or application
Even if you will be doing the teleseminar by your lonesome, it is still quite possible for you to perform the editing afterward, provided you have a recording of the presentation.
There are plenty of excellent recording devices and applications you can use. The simplest is probably by recording yourself using a microphone and your computer. This is if you intend to package the teleseminar with only your voice appearing on it. Simply save the audio file on your computer and edit it from there using a media player application.
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