How to record VOICEOVER AUDIO for gameplay


Audio plays a key role in making great gaming videos. In this video, we’re showing you how Audacity, a completely free audio recording software, can be used to capture your audio and tweak it to sound professional.

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  1. Paul Newton 19 June, 2020 at 07:02 Reply

    5 minutes writing a script outline can reduce the number of takes and cutdown on filler words (uh,well,like,and).
    DIY audio booth – your mattresses flipped up against a corner
    DIY Cheap pop filter – coathanger+pantyhose (or sock but muffles more)
    DIY cheap audio backdrop foam tiles – those cardboard drink carriers from fast food places or pool noodles cut into strips

  2. Firelord Kushroll 19 June, 2020 at 07:02 Reply

    i want to record in audactiy whilst watching the edited version in hitfilm. but hitfilm keeps autopausing the video which screws up the recording. any one got thoughts on this?

  3. NintyYoshi 19 June, 2020 at 07:02 Reply

    Thank you so much for the Audacity stuff! Audio is something I've always struggled with on my videos and this is really gonna help me out ^-^

  4. Kevin Orriss 19 June, 2020 at 07:02 Reply

    Can you get audacity and OBS to start recording at the same time so no need to mess about trying to sync the video to the audio?

  5. Mayara Moraes 19 June, 2020 at 07:02 Reply

    can someone tell me how I put 3 different voices into one video? (like 3 different voices from different mics) please tell me ASAP

  6. Donovan Hays 19 June, 2020 at 07:02 Reply

    This still doesn't explain how to record commentary while playing or a voiceover afterward. It explains how to setup the software, but if I'm recording commentary after playing should I just watch my recording and record my audio then synch them up in the video editing software? Are there any tips for this? What about recording live commentary?

  7. KerrBox 19 June, 2020 at 07:02 Reply

    all i want is how to record your voice while you play the game but everything on youtube is tips on how to make a more entertaining commentary over the top of gameplay

  8. Muffin Stan 19 June, 2020 at 07:02 Reply

    I use a turtle beach stream microphone
    what would be the best pop filter for it?
    could I just use any pop filter?

  9. Anthony Starfield 19 June, 2020 at 07:02 Reply

    FXhome, I followed all of this, but you zipped right past the main part, which is playing a video I recorded and talking to Audacity. You did not even have a video player up and running.

    How do I manage this part? I have VLC Player. So if I play my video with VLC Player, and talk and record myself with Audacity, how do I get the 2 to match up? It would be a wasted effort if the thing I am talking about is 10 seconds ahead of my voice, or 10 seconds behind my voice.

  10. KerrBox 19 June, 2020 at 07:02 Reply

    i keep searching "how to record commentary for gaming videos" and all i get is tips on better commentary. what i'm looking for is how to play the game, with the game audio and record your voice while you play the game

  11. NKJVR 19 June, 2020 at 07:02 Reply

    i need something i can add my video and do a voice over at the same time. any suggestions would be awesome.

  12. J.Clockson 19 June, 2020 at 07:02 Reply

    Why should I "record" in Audacity and trying to juggle with synchronizing gameplay and voice track, afterwards, if i could instead record multiple audio tracks directly in OBS?
    After that I could extract that voice track via Audacity, for editing and it would have EXACTLY the same length than the gameplay track.

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