Recording sound effects can be a lot of fun, but cleaning them in post is a tedious but necessary process. Clean recording is the basis of any following design work. The quality of the end product depends on a successful cleanup that doesn’t degrade the quality of the sounds and preserves all of its expressiveness without the presence of intrusive noise. Therefore, sufficient production budget should be allocated to that task. In this video, you can see some of the techniques that I use to clean up my sound effects.