The audio of the course is one of the most crucial features.
There are a lot of audio troubles you may face.

Here are some tips on how to record your course:
  • Invest in a good microphone that captures your voice.
  • Do not use inbuilt microphones.
  • A mic with a frequency range of around 75 Hz to 10 kHz is suitable for vocal use.
  • Regularly keep checking your sound when you record your course.
  • Making your recording area zero background noise
  • Use objects that will absorb background noises like foams, fiberglasses, etc.
  • Keep all electronic devices that you are not using out of the room or switch them off so that they do not interfere with the sound of your course. Switch off the fans and air conditioners too.
  • Fixing frequent audio problems
  • If the volume is too sharp, there might be a distinct static noise in your audio. To rectify this problem, insert the jack properly in the space.
  • Audio output having humming sounds is a general issue with older sound systems. So make sure you are using a brand new one.
  • Pronounce the words correctly. Place your mic at least 18 centimeters away from your mouth. The positioning of the mic is essential.
  • Inspect all the sound cables and wireless attachments.
  • Sometimes cracking noises may occur in your audio recording. These might arise when the connection of the cable is detached or loose.
  • Make sure your audio output is put to stereo and not mono.
  • If problems still exist, reinstall the audio drivers.