As you’re finishing preparations for the amazing tour video of the house you want to sell, it’s time to think about audio. Audio is by far the easiest giveaway for a low-budget video, and so this is where you need to invest some attention to detail — although not a lot of time — to get a strong result.
The most common problem with the audio in amateur videography is a noisy soundtrack, meaning the viewer can hear a lot of white noise or environmental sounds in addition to the focal sounds you intended for them to hear. This could be the rumble of traffic outside, an airplane going by, or just the white noise that registers when the microphone is too far away from the sound source.
Luckily, it’s pretty simple to get rid of that extraneous noise by doing a few simple things. Without further ado, here’s your audio to-do list: