I record my phone calls with an application called Call Recorder on an Android smartphone. Unfortunately several calls have problems: I hear my voice fine but the voice of my interlocutor is very very low.
So I decided to convert a file in mp3 and open it in Audacity. My goal is to increase the volume of the other person so I can hear her.
I attach a picture of the file in audacity. You can notice on the Track Window places where the wave is high(when I talk) and where it is very low (whe she talks).
Can someone advise me things I could do to even the volume of the entire conversation or a tip to at least largely increase the volume when she talks even if it induces a little saturation.
Very badly named (it actually does upward compression based on the RMS level), but works pretty well.
It seems to be essentially the same as this (slightly later?) version on the Audacity wiki: Missing features - Audacity Support
Thanks Gale. @Trebor, there can be weird things happen if a different version has been previously installed. Could you try temporarily moving the files, audacity.cfg, pluginregistry.cfg and pluginsettings.cfg out of the way, then launch Audacity (now as a “clean” installation) and try installing Missing features - Audacity Support
Sorry that I piggy backed from your reply, but the link is private or is no more. I have issues and need help. I was going to post a clip for help or accept that craziness does play a role within my mind!