I'm doing audio readings from a book for a project I'm working in. They are being recorded on my iPhone7 via Voice Record Pro, uploaded to my Google Drive, then downloaded to my Macbook where I tweak them with Audacity. Each track is a specific line entry in the table of contents, so in the end I'll have about 70ish individual tracks.
I record in a quiet room at work, but I do not have a "standard" setup (normally I'm just holding the phone near me, so every day it's *slightly* different). I know it's not optimal, but it's just for personal use, and so far the audio quality has been pretty decent after applying the below changes, which I do with each track:
Noise Reduction --> (w/ quiet section)
Amplify --> (individually for each file)
[Custom Chain] (see pic)
However, one thing I've noticed is slight volume differences track to track. For the most part these aren't too bad, but from a user experience I'd still like to be able to find one kind of "constant" volume level that every track is at, w/o clipping.
What's the easiest way to do this, considering every track is recorded at a slightly different volume? (Depending on how monotone I'm being that morning, how far away the phone is, etc.)
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