Hi
yes
but normalized could sound very boring for audience
if there were not to many of these low parts select them and amplify them.
    THANKYOU DAVE-211
 
----- Original Message -----
From: JD
To: Discussion list for Audacity users
Sent: Monday, August 13, 2012 9:14 AM
Subject: [Audacity-users] Uneven Amplitude

Dear all,
I have MP3 files which are lectures recorded live
with audience.
I had to amplify the file because it was nearly inaudible.
That cause only a few clipped peaks. However, there
are still segments where that speaker's voice is still
too low, and thus playing the file to an audience would
not be received very well.

Is there anything I can do to amplify the low amplitude
segments and reduce the amplitude that would clip if
I amplify the whole file?
I guess I am loogin for a way to produce approximately
an even amplitude (is this called normalized???).

Thanx,

JD


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