- Provide a comprehensive list of names, terms, acronyms and jargon.
- Speak clearly, at an even pace. Don’t mumble or whisper.
- Stay as close to the microphone as possible.
- Use the best quality recording equipment you can get.
- Try not to talk over each other (called ‘overspeaking’) or talk too fast.
- Avoid using a video link if you can, as the audio quality is usually poor.