Sorry for the late reply, I somehow missed that there had been replies.
There are 4 tracks:
track1 - recorded Jan12 at 8PM - 5 minutes
track2 - recorded Jan13 at 6AM - 10.5 minutes
track3 - recorded Jan16 at 5:30AM - 13 minutes
track4 - recorded Jan16 at 4:30PM - 3 minutes
Here are the transitions:
Track1 to Track2:
Track2 to Track3:
Track3 to Track4:
They're all obvious to me with studio headphones, but the only one my wife noticed when listening to the whole production on her phone's earbuds was in the middle of track 2, when I messed up and re-recorded a sentence, and apparently changed my voice:
I'm planning to re-recorded track1 because that's the most obvious transition to me (and because there are shuffling sounds right at the end). I'll try to work on warming up my voice and being in the same state of mind in the future.
When I'm mastering (I used Set-RMS and Limiter per Koz's instructions http://kozco.com/tech/audacity/ACXMastering/ACXMastering.html
), is it better to apply these effects to each track individual or to all together? I applied Set-RMS to each track individually (thinking that if one track were louder or quieter, this would tend to equalize them and make the transition better). I then applied limiter to all tracks together.
Thanks for the help!