I hope someone can help me with this question and problem.
I have a recording that’s needed in a serious matter, but unfortunately, the voices in the recording are so low you have to turn it all the way up and listen to it very closely otherwise you can’t hear what they’re saying, like someone whispering so low you can’t hear them. If I were to make it three times louder, it would be all static, like an fm station with a fading horrible signal. Is there a way to use audacity as a synthesizer to make the voices on the recording loud enough to hear clearly?
If someone can help me with this it’d be greatly appreciated.
The trouble with TV is that people see some guy in a film say “computer… enhance” and magically the voice that was hidden by all of the noise is suddenly revealed in crystal clarity. The important word here is “magically”. Physics does not work like that. If you have a recording and the level of the voice is -20 dB, and the level of the noise is -20 dB, you can increase the level of the voice to -6 dB, but the level of the noise also goes up to -6 dB. There are some techniques described HERE for reducing noise, but if the noise level is close to or greater than the level of the sound that you want to retain, then it is a lost cause.
No, it isn’t a court action or divorce it’s a recording of state police falsely accusing me of doing something I’d rather not mention here considering the bureaucracy involved in it (Them defending the criminal.) I caught them in six screw ups and several lies during their bias “Interrogation” towards me. They’re currently taking the side of a sociopath whose putting a neighborhood in danger by them ignoring the problem that was reported several times but ignored. I had to record the conversation they had with me for my own insurance purposes. If someone wants, I’ll hand the recording to them to see if they can make the voices louder. I have no problem giving the recording out because I will be putting it on the peer to peer networks etc to make it public knowledge.
I did a posting where I designed a software package to magically fix all your sound problems and make you into an announcer. The posting date was important, April First and I work in Los Angeles, more specifically, Hollywood.