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Does anyone know how to use the Normalize function in Sound Editor 2010?

Sorry don't how to add jpg. But the option is in Sound Editor under 'fading and volume

I burn mixed wav files to CD's to play in my car. Roxio CD Burn will work by setting the norrmalize' volume to 30

Which is just lowering the volume.

Roxio suggested that I use Sound Editor instead, however I can't find help for the Normalization function

in sound editor.

Thanks Ginch

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From Wikipedia:"Normalization increases the amplitude of the audio waveform to the maximum level that does not introduce any new distortion but does increase the noise level along with the content although the S/N remains the same. Because this is a linear translation it does not introduce any distortion from requantization such as compression may do."

 

This would need to be done 1 track at a time as you add them.

 

Maximize volume should sample all the tracks and set them to a constant volume so they all pretty much are at the same volume.

 

I'd use Music Disc Creator and in the Project settings check the box for Maximize Volume.

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Does anyone know how to use the Normalize function in Sound Editor 2010?

Sorry don't how to add jpg. But the option is in Sound Editor under 'fading and volume

I burn mixed wav files to CD's to play in my car. Roxio CD Burn will work by setting the norrmalize' volume to 30

Which is just lowering the volume.

Roxio suggested that I use Sound Editor instead, however I can't find help for the Normalization function

in sound editor.

Thanks Ginch

 

 

Load up your sound files in the Editor and then hi-lite them in the Mix Editor (you can hi-lite the first one then hold shift and then hi-lite the last - they will all be hi-lited)

Now go to Tools and choose either Fading or Volume or choose Effects then choose Normalize. Choose the level (X) you need (you can hear them normalized or un-normalized by choosing Bypass). This will normalize the group together which will keep them all in a relative volume level with each other.

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