No worries, thanks for taking the time to watch and respond.
Yeah, in essence Blue Prism emulates a human user in a given application. In this case I’ve “spied” the menus, fields, buttons, etc. and given the software parameters within which to work (a range of -20dB to +10dB for example). It then in does its thing in choosing the value (often a random number between x and y) and then “keys” it in to Audacity just as a human user would.
Some of the results are horrendous, just walls of white noise. But others have been really interesting and unique.