Tuning in to Sound Quality is a free tutorial that is designed to help you improve the quality of your recordings. It features a series of example voice recordings that all exhibit problems of one type or another. By listening to these recordings, you will learn how to recognize the sound of a good quality voice recording, and what a poor recording sounds like. You'll also become proficient at identifying the presence of intruding environmental sounds that often ruin recordings.
Tuning in to Sound Quality will give you the confident to produce your own recordings to a very high standard without the help of a professional audio engineer. It's a one-of-a-kind training tool that we hope you will take full advantage of.
This is a 55MB ZIP file containing an album of 21 tracks of mp3 audio.
1. Click on the album cover above to commence downloading. If prompted, select a location on your computer to save the file.
2. Please wait until the file has completely finished downloading (this may take a few minutes), and then unzip it to reveal the mp3 audio files inside.
3. Copy all the unzipped mp3 files to the location of your choice on your computer, or add them directly to your iTunes library or Windows Media Player library.
4. PLEASE NOTE: Some older mobile devices cannot open ZIP files. To transfer these files to your iPhone/iPad etc, simply follow steps 1 to 3, add the mp3 files to your iTunes library and then sync with your mobile device.
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