Manchester Expert Lauren Wilks The Importance of Sound & Audio in Video Editing

Manchester video editing expert, Lauren Wilks, has released a new article on, The Importance of Sound and Audio in Video Editing. People interested in video editing and professional video production and other interested parties can find the guide online at

Worsley, United Kingdom - September 15, 2020 /NewsNetwork/ —

Video editor and video production specialist, Lauren Wilks, has published a new article, dedicated to helping people interested in video editing and professional video production. The importance of sound and audio in video editing is often overlooked. The article is written to help people interested in video editing achieve better results . The article also has information useful to anybody facing the challenge of understanding how audio editing works and the massive impact it can have, given that it is a subtle detail that can ruin the tone of a scene if mishandled.

Interested parties are invited to review the full article on the website:

This most recent article and guidance from Lauren Wilks contains insights and steps to consider in editing video and paying attention to the audio editing. It includes instructions, designed to be used by video editors and professionals that are serious about doing the best job they can when editing audio. It will also be helpful to others who are looking for and need help in this area. The importance of sound and audio in video editing is often overlooked. The article is written to help people identify important areas for consideration and quickly and easily point them in the right direction.

Lauren Wilks states that this accessible, easy to follow guide provides the key information necessary to understand the topic and so help people to get the results they want.

The Full Article Covers The Following Points.

Good sound design should rarely be noticed by audience members, but that doesn’t mean it should be neglected by filmmakers. Sound design is like a pinch of baking soda you add to a cake. It may seem like a small, insignificant ingredient, but without it, your cake won’t rise and no one will like it.

Sound Design Isn’t Just Music. Contrary to popular belief, there’s a lot more to editing a film’s sound than just picking the right music. A sound editor has to balance background sound effects, dialogue, and atmospheric noises to create a film that engages audiences

Sound Can Tell a Story. Sound effects in film or video can tell an audience what’s going on without ever showing something onscreen

When asked for more information about the article and the reasons for writing ‘The Importance of Sound and Audio in Video Editing’ and what Lauren hoped to accomplish with it, Lauren Wilks, Video Editor & Video Production Specialist said: “Poor sound design can ruin audience immersion. Audience members have a certain suspension of disbelief that when broken, will take them out of your video or film. If someone closes a door, but there is no click, your audience will notice it and be taken out of your film. Rather than focusing on the story, they will begin to focus more on the technical aspects of what they’re watching. It will be much harder for them to engage with the narrative being told. It is very important to ensure that the audio editing is a seamless experience, adding to the quality of the footage that is being edited.”

People interested in video editing and professional video production and anybody interested in The Importance of Sound and Audio in Video Editing are invited to review the full article online:

More information about Lauren Wilks Media itself can be found at

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