kozikowski wrote:Just a note here.
When you tried to get the normalize tool to work, were you in Audacity 1.3? Given that you standardized on -3dB for your work, did you put the characters "-3" in the entry box? or just "3?" We're having troubles with how that tool works.
It doesn't show where I am...just the title of the audio file.
There is no option to put anything in the entry box, "-3" is the standard.
There is also no option to "amplify" or "equalize", just "normalize" - and no "envelope tool" either btw....
Maybe this has something to do with the fact that I have the free edition of Audacity?
Anyway, even after normalizing, the "loud" files look like one big blue block, while the more "quiet" files are much smaller -> and the same goes for the light-blue innerline.
So, maybe I'm being very simplistic here, but the only way to create a similar sound is to equalize the size of these light-blue innerlines, and that is not possible.
I'll probably land on the moon first before I will be able to create the compilation of my choice
Nevertheless, I'm very impressed with all the other stuff like editing, pitch control and the click removal tools. Absolutely love it! (and at least something I understand lol)