I know that a lot of marketers are used to tutorials being voiced over, but problem is I don't have access to a high quality microphone and my accent is pretty incomprehensible most of the time according to most people I know, so even if I do bother using voice-over in my tutorial videos, I can imagine a lot of people will be put off.
It's a given that I won't be able to do that, so what I've decided to do instead is implement detailed captions and annotations throughout the videos to replace my voice, because this also has its obvious advantages if you think about it. I've also decided to include some quiet background music in the videos, as I thought this would compliment the tutorials and also help fill the 'audio gap'.
Now I'm concerned that some people may not appreciate that and may end up getting distracted. So question is: should I keep the quiet music or take it out completely? Or do you think I should maybe add a notice to inform people to mute the video if they think they might get distracted?