| From "George J. Wade" <george@...>
| Fri, 30 Jun 2006 07:46:01 -0700
| Do you offer a product that provides audio level compression or control?
Audacity has a compressor under the Effects menu. It has the following
* Threshold is the volume level at which compression starts to be applied.
The further right the slider, the louder the input has to be before
compression is applied.
* Ratio - the further the slider is to right, the stronger is the compression applied
* Attack time - amount of time compressor waits to respond after threshold is
If the normalise box is checked then after compression the audio will be set to
maximum possible amplification without adding distortion
The Windows installer version also has a hard limiter for more severe
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Tested on: 01/07/2006 14:32:07