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Three recorded poems: Achieving equal volume levels

 
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Cherrill P. Heaton
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PostPosted: Sat Oct 17, 2015 12:48 am    Post subject: Three recorded poems: Achieving equal volume levels Reply with quote

I have three poems, recorded at same time and under same conditions. I have normalized them all to 97%. One poem is slightly louder than the other two, and I would like for all to be perceived as the same. I can de-amplify the louder poem, by different percentages, and use my ear to decide when the three are at the same volume level. But is there a more exact way? For example, is there a waveform statistic that reflects the overall volume level? Thanks.
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PostPosted: Sat Oct 17, 2015 1:04 am    Post subject: Three recorded poems: Achieving equal volume levels Reply with quote

You could try normalizing to maximal RMS power or try to amplify so
everyone hasthe same average RMS power (waveform statistics)

Chuck

On 10/16/15, 6:33 PM, Cherrill P. Heaton wrote:
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I have three poems, recorded at same time and under same conditions. I have normalized them all to 97%. One poem is slightly louder than the other two, and I would like for all to be perceived as the same. I can de-amplify the louder poem, by different percentages, and use my ear to decide when the three are at the same volume level. But is there a more exact way? For example, is there a waveform statistic that reflects the overall volume level? Thanks.
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