How Do I Normalize the Audio in My Music and Video Collection?

Posted: August 27, 2010 in Audio, Audio Gear, I Don't Know, Music, Video/Film
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Because the only permanent solution is to actually change the levels and save out a new version of your audio and video, we’ll take a look at that first. This process can involve re-compressing your already compressed audio, which means quality loss is inevitable, so unless you’re working from high quality sources you may want to avoid this option. To do this, you need something that can process audio and boost the levels. Free software like Audacity can easily normalize your levels, but if normalization isn’t cutting it and you need to compress the dynamic range you’ll need something that can apply a compressor or limiter. Audacity has a compressor and, chances are, you have other software that has somewhat more complex options as well. [read]

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