This is for some scientific research I’m doing, so time is of essence.
I have a file recorded in .wav, but unfortunately the quality is horrible. I’m not sure of the reason as I’m not super tech-savvy, but it seems as it the sampling speed was too slow, so chunks of information/sound are lost. Is there some way to smooth or repair this file?
The recording problem has been solved, so it’s no longer an issue for the future. However, I have a set of 10 voice samples that I can’t replicate (the subjects can’t be recalled within such a short time span) so I was wondering if there was some way to use Audacity to “fill in” the skips or something?