So I had issues with Audacity myself. The voice quality was poor and just didn't sound right at all. It was so bad that for a while I didn't bother making commentary at all. Now, I'm ready to start going big with commentary. I just wanted to share a few setting changes and effects that I learned so far with Audacity. Now there's plenty of other settings and tools that you can play with, so feel free to watch other videos and guides on making your commentary perfect. This video will show you how to remove background noise and adjust bassboost. Something I always did before today was started talking as soon as I hit that record button. As you'll see in the video, let it record a couple seconds to get background noise so you can remove it. Something else that I learned from another member (@PauseBreakAlex) is that the Project Rate (Hz) should be at a default 44100. For some reason mine was set at 96000 and sounded bad. Hope that helps out some people. If you have tips and suggestions for other settings to improve Audacity commentary, feel free to comment below and I'll add to the thread with new stuff.