ZeSeb wrote:I'm a programmer.
Audacity has the ability to run Nyquist scripts. Nyquist is a programming language based on Lisp and is relatively easy to use.
With Nyquist, you can create your own normalization functions.
Have a look at this page (scroll down about 30 lines) http://www-2.cs.cmu.edu/~rbd/doc/nyquis ... l#index123
If you're interested in learning about Nyquist, the place to start is: http://www.audacity-forum.de/download/e ... yquist.htm
Of course, if you are more ambitious and want to get involved with developing the actual Audacity source code, have a look at this page: http://audacityteam.org/community/developers