NEW Feature: Change Audio Codec

Change Audio Codec

There is more to audio files than just an icon to click on and an audio stream to listen to. When going a bit more in depth when it comes to audio files and audio file conversion, you have surely heard about different audio codecs. It is, among other things, responsible for the compression of audio data and determines which players and other hardware devices can play the file. For example, many media players have a huge list of supported codecs, but offer additional codec patches to be installed if one of your files does not play.… Read the rest

Post-Editing Of Recordings

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It’s common practice for reporters, journalists and interviewers to not only take notes, but to record auditory reminders as well. Speeches, press conferences, interviews or even the perfect formulation or thought that has to be quickly saved for the writing process that follows later – they all are best and most easily preserved by making a recording of the audio in question.

In this article, we want to talk about the benefits of producing auditory notes on top of hand-written ones and how can help you to get the best out of them!… Read the rest

Tips For Recording An Audition Audio File

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In order to ensure that you make it big as a recording artist you will have to ensure that you get the audition audio file spot on. You may sound great but if you are looking to record an audition audio file, there are certain things that you can do in order to ensure that the audio quality doesn’t fall apart. Therefore, we have decided to provide you with some of the best tips for recording an audition audio file.… Read the rest

Tips On Recording Narration On Your Own

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In current day and age, you really do not have to be an engineer to be able to record anything. However, if you do plan on DIY a recording project for a narration, make sure that you stick to some of these handy tips to record high quality audios.

Place Your Microphone at the Right Distance from Yourself

People who place the mic to close to their mouths are only making things worse; the resulting audio recording is a clipping sound with distortions.… Read the rest