Re: [linux-audio-user] Here is my dilemma

From: <eviltwin69@email-addr-hidden>
Date: Fri Jul 29 2005 - 15:14:33 EEST
('binary' encoding is not supported, stored as-is) Chaz,

    JAMin is the answer to the loudness issue. I usually run out of Ardour into
JAMin and then back into Ardour to a stereo track. If you have any questions
when you get started, let me know. For cleaning the old four track stuff try
Gnome Wave Cleaner.


On Thu, 28 Jul 2005 18:18 , Chaz Worm <ewf@email-addr-hidden> sent:

>I've been lurking on the list for awhile now. I'm fairly good on
>computers but kind of new with linux.
>Here's my problem. I'm pretty sure it can be rectified with linux but I
>don't know how. I recorded an small low-budget cd in a small local
>studio a few years ago. Although I loved the end result, the cd itself
>never had the loudness that a regular cd had. I would be playing it at
>a reletively loud range and then change cd's and always, the other cd
>would be nearly twice as loud.
>How can I make these songs louder?
>On my old recordings there were done with a cheesy four-track, how can I
>make there cleaner?
>Some of my old recordings that have been copied over from old tapes are
>too hot and therefore get a really annoying digital distortion. Can I
>clean those up too?
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