|[CRTech] Christian Radio Tech
Re: Wave File Normalization Software
As you probably know all normalizing will do is find the peak and
adjust everything else accordingly. If the level of the original
material is "all over the place" or if there is a transient peak
anywhere in the recording it may end up worse off than it is now.
The better way would be to run the recordings through a "limiter
or compressor" either hardware or software but that would take a
lot of time. I'm not aware of software that will do batch
limiting although someone else on the list might.
On 02/06/18 16:58, Mark Murdock wrote:
can do batch processing. You create what they call a “chain”
and then you can apply it to a bunch of files. It will take
a while to process through all of them, but it should do the
E. 16th St.
Kevin Kidd [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: February 6, 2018 4:33 PM
Subject: [CRTech] Wave File Normalization Software
a sometimes client with about the worst cut to cut
level variations that I have ever heard in their
music, spots, voice tracks and liners. It stemmed
from a lack of maintenance, lack of interest,
drag-and-drop cut ingestion and the mass aggregation
of cuts from several different sources.
anybody done a full library normalization (thousands of
cuts)? What software did you use? Any problems? How
consistent were the levels afterward? Was there a limit
to how much the software would correct the levels?
always, free or cheap is good...