How to Add Voice and Related Effects to Instagram Reels – Make Tech Easier
Learn how to make your Instagram Reels shine.
If you’ve been on Instagram recently, you’re probably aware that Reels with voice and other audio effects are all the rage right now. They’re everywhere. If you’d like to be part of the trend, this tutorial shows you how to take advantage of these rather new features on Instagram to make your Reels shine.
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To add your own voice or a friend’s to your Instagram Reel, follow these steps to create your first voiceover.
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Regardless of whether you were talking while recording your Reel or added a voiceover afterward, you can change your voice using various Instagram filters.
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The text-to-speech feature allows Instagram users to add a computerized voice that narrates their content while the Reel is playing. If you’d like to add your own, here’s how to do so.
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If you wish to add more effects to you Reels, Instagram has even more options for you. Here’s how you can take advantage of them.
For those Reels with voice, Instagram also lets you add auto-generated captions to them. These subtitles will help your viewers understand you better, so they are quite handy.
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While recording a Reel, the app will automatically capture your ambient sounds in the background and will label it as “original audio.” If you don’t like what you hear, know that you can easily mute the default camera audio and perhaps replace it with music.
The audio is now silenced.
Instagram lets you silence Reels while browsing. Just tap on the Reel tab at the bottom in Instagram to start browsing, then tap again to silence all upcoming Reels. It’s that easy and super convenient.
When you want sound again, simply tap on the Reel you’re currently watching. In contrast, TikTok doesn’t let you do that. It only allows you to silence individual TikToks.
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Although released for both Android and iOS, it seems like at this moment, these features aren’t widely available. If you’re in Europe, chances are you’re not going to be able to take advantage of them at this point. What you can do is make sure your Instagram app is up to date. Additionally, restart your phone after you’ve updated the app, then open Instagram again and try finding the options. If you still can’t seem them, you will have to wait. Check back in a few weeks or wait for the next update. While you wait, you can turn to a third-party video editor to help you edit your Reel the way you want.
While you can upload Reels from your computer using the Chrome extension INSSIST, you can’t customize your clip as you would using the Instagram app. You can, however, use a video-editing program such as Kapwing to add various audio effects, then upload the Reel from your PC. In addition, you can use the same software to manually generate your captions. It’s a bit more work than using Instagram’s own auto-generating tool, but it’s a solution if you want to upload the content form your PC.
The answer is yes. You can do that before you’ve even shot your Reel by pressing the Audio (music note) button on the right side of the display. Alternatively, once you’ve captured or uploaded your clip, press the same musical note icon at the top and select “Music.” Search Instagram’s music library for a tune you’d like to add to your miniclip.
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August 6, 2022 at 11:37AM