#1
I didn't know where to put this thread, so I chose here. I will remove if need be.

Anyways, I did a recording with audacity, but its too quiet and I can't figure out how to make it any louder. Any ideas? Thanks.
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#3
Riffs and Recordings forum is good for further questions like this.
Try adjusting your mic gain, or your track layer volume.
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#4
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Strap a megaphone to your speakers.


Or


In the little box next to the audio track where is says "Mute" and "solo" move the gain bar to the right.


I used the gain, but it created too much static.

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Riffs and Recordings forum is good for further questions like this.
Try adjusting your mic gain, or your track layer volume.


What are those?
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#5
Highlight the whole thing, go to effects i think (i can't remember the layout) and hit amplify.
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I used the gain, but it created too much static.

Ok well, on the top, under the play, pause, record buttons there is another bar for the volume on the left and next to it is the mic volume. When you record raise the mic volume to make your mic more sensitive.
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I didn't know where to put this thread, so I chose here. I will remove if need be.

Anyways, I did a recording with audacity, but its too quiet and I can't figure out how to make it any louder. Any ideas? Thanks.



When in Audacity, Select the bits you want to turn the volume up, Then go to Effects/efx and choose the option above WahWah (I don't know the option since it's in dutch) but there you could amplify you're recording, Also if you make the recording sound too high it could distort.


And this should be in the riffs and recording i guess
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#8
Had a similiar problem. Levels (volume) were down on the recording devices for Line in and Mic.
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#9
You can double the tracks if it's still not loud enough.

sometimes if you adjust the volume too much it gets all distorted and clippy, but doubling the tracks takes care of this problem.
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touch yourself. XD
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#11
normalize it?
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#12
Try putting the mic boost on in the computers advandced sound control.
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I didn't know where to put this thread, so I chose here. I will remove if need be.

Anyways, I did a recording with audacity, but its too quiet and I can't figure out how to make it any louder. Any ideas? Thanks.

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