From: Audacity Help <audacityhelp@au...> - 2005-02-10 16:35:03
> I mostly use audacity for simple cutting, pasting, normalizing and equalizing
> of live-recordings from clubs and radio and other sources. Choosing the right
> equalizer values can be a real pain.
> Since all recordings are the same genre (house/club), I want them to have the
> same "profile" (same amount of bass mid treble) for the entire recording.
> I know this wouldn't make any sence for just 1 song, but for a recording of 1h
> or more it would work I guess.
> So I was thinking... if I have 1 recording perfectly equalized to my wishes,
> it would be nice to have some kind of "analyze equalisation" option which I>
> can save.
> Then I open up another recording, choose equalize, and load the profile I just
> That recording should then be analysed, compared to the profile I chose, and
> equalisation-values should get set accordingly.
> I don't know if it makes sence or possible to do? I didn't see it in any other
> programs either, so maybe it's not practical or something?
In theory it is possible, although what the results would be like I don't know. it effectively applies a multi-band limiter accross the length of the recording, in the same way that normalise applies amplification accross the length of a recording.
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