In a message dated 10/26/2007 11:56:38 A.M. Eastern Daylight Time,
Date: Thu, 25 Oct 2007 23:35:56 -0400
From: LUIC <bobbler@...>
Subject: [Audacity-users] Amplifying / de amplifying with AUD
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Amplifying / de amplifying with AUD..
Something weird happened to me.. And I need/hope to fix it by Sat AM
(for the dance)..
I edited a bunch of little 40 second songs for breaks.. I wanted
the volume to be less than the regular program, so I highlighted
the .aud waveform and clicked effects/amplify.. And I typed in -10
(hoping it would go down 10 decibels).. The waveform did indeed go
I deleted all existing MP3's and deleted the occurance in iTUNES as
well. Then I exported new MP3 and imported each one into iTUNES..
Really weird.. When I burned the CD, the volume was way up on each
one (on the CD).. I just pulled up an aud file, and the waveform is
Is this something with AUD? Or do you think its iTUNES (maybe taking
soemthing from the trash)..
iTunes is NORMALIZING your audio for you...
i don;t own one, is there a gui so you can turn that off?
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be put away as insane for expressing that. That's what's insane about
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