I am quite new to audacity and audio editing, so I feel free to ask for a little help
I have some audio files. All are spoken by the same speaker, but some are recorded 2 years later, and with a different microphone setup.
However, I have to combine those old and new files, and I am struggling to make them sound as much the same as possible (though I know that 100% will not be possible).
For now, I’ve tried using the Filter Curve EQ, and the result is somewhat better - but I really have no idea which frequences are important etc., and I’m sure it can be done much better.
Please find two example files (1 ‘old’, one ‘new’) and my current filtercurve on my website (could only upload 1 of them here, as I am a new user, so I put it on my website - hope that’s okay):
So, my question(s):
a) is there some effect, feature or wharever in audacity that can do it automatically?
b) is there maybe already some AI that can do it automatically?
c) how could I improve my filter curve to “perfectly” match the 2 tracks?
thank you very much for your help & thank you very much Audacityteam for Audacity