From: bob cavanaugh <bobdavcav@co...> - 2010-03-13 22:04:36
Hey all, I did what you guys told me to do on importing audio tracks, but I
must not be doing something right. I can't see where it is putting the new
track and the audio is still not normalizing properly.
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From: Gale (Audacity Team) <gale@au...> - 2010-03-17 03:58:34
"Bob Cavanaugh" wrote:
> Hey all, I did what you guys told me to do on importing audio tracks, but
> must not be doing something right. I can't see where it is putting the new
> track and the audio is still not normalizing properly.
Al answered most of your questions I see, but what do you mean by "not
normalizing properly"? It really would help if you could remind us what
operating system you are on and what version of Audacity you are using, as
mentioned here many times.
1.3.11 (the current Beta) has an option in the Import/Export Preferences to
"Normalize all tracks in project". That should normalize them at time of
import to the current dB level in the Normalize effect. Note that Normalize
and Amplify do not do the same as each other when there are multiple tracks
or channels. You should use Amplify if you always want to preserve relative
loudness between tracks and channels. See:
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