Adding background music to a voice over can enhance the overall impact and engagement of the content. Here are some tips for selecting and using background music for a voice over:

  1. Match the mood and tone: The background music should complement the mood and tone of the voice over. For example, if the voice over is serious and sad, you may want to choose a piece of background music that is slow and reflective, while a voice over that is upbeat and energetic may benefit from more fast-paced and lively background music.
  2. Keep it subtle: The background music should not overpower the voice over. It should be subtle enough to support the narration without competing with it. You can adjust the volume levels of the voice over and the music to find the right balance.
  3. Use royalty-free music: When choosing background music, make sure you have the appropriate rights to use it. You can search for royalty-free music online, which can be used for commercial purposes without the need for permission or payment.
  4. Edit the music to fit the narration: You may need to edit the music to fit the length of the voice over. You can use audio editing software to trim or loop the piece.
  5. Test the mix: Before finalizing the mix, test it on different playback devices to ensure that the voice over and the background music sound good together and are balanced appropriately.

By following these tips, you can create a voice over with background music that is engaging and effective in delivering your message.