While shooting and editing videos are fun, I’ve come to realize that the part where you process the audio can be a pain in the butt. If you just use the built-in microphone of your camera to record the audio, you’ll pick up a lot more noises in the background compared to recording it using a separate device. Either way, chances are that the audio in your raw files will have some sort of background noises. They could be the humming noise from the electrical units, or the hiss or faint high end distortion. Below are some videos with great tips on how to record and edit the audio of your videos so that your final product sounds excellent.
Tools that are needed: Adobe Premiere and its Highpass filter, Lowpass filter, Notch filter, Equalizer.
Use An iPhone To Record High Quality Audio For Your Videos