I have recorded a radio programme using Audacity. The "Links" which I recirded from a desk microphone are at a lower volume than the CD tracks which I used. Is there any way of adjusting the volume so that the volume is all the same?
Mattie Lennon
On Fri, Aug 16, 2013 at 4:17 AM, bob cavanaugh <bobdavcav@comcast.net> wrote:


I am trying to record this station and canít seem to get the processing right. http://player.streamtheworld.com/liveplayer.php?callsign=KXIXFM Youíll notice that there isnít much in the way of high frequencies in the audio. When I run equalization, it now sounds very annoying because the high frequencies are too high. Ideally, Iíd like it to sound something like this, http://player.streamtheworld.com/liveplayer.php?callsign=WBENFM . From 20 HZ to 2 kHZ, everything is set at 0 db.

2.5 kHZ -10 db.

3.15-5 kHZ, -20 db.

6.3-20 kHZ, 20 db. Could someone please help me get the right settings to get the desired result? Thangks.

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