I recorded a 2 1/2 hour interview (video/audio .avi file). I messed something up in my setup so that one of the people was recorded at a very low volume. I suspect there is some editing software that will allow me to define parameters (decibals?) so that any sound below certain decibals can automatically be amplified (i.e. amplify the low volume person) or reduce the volume of the normal volume speaker to be low to match the low volume person, and then maybe amplify the entire recording afterwards?
How can I recover from this problem so that I can amplify the low volume recording of the speaker? Unfortunately the both speakers were recorded to the same audio stream.
I am really struggling with this one. The recorded level of the male voice asking a question in the sample is so low that it has been impossible for me to boost it up to an audible level without
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