Audacity Effects: Amplify (5) – Finding Peak Amplitude

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As explained in “Audacity Effects: Use of Decibels (Log Scale),” sound is representation better in decibel scale, especially if you want to show volume (amplitude) changes.1 Although Audacity’s default view is in linear scale, most of the effects use decibels … Continue reading

Audacity Effects: Normalize (1) – DC Offset Removal

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Some people might find it strange that dc offset removed is lumped together with normalization effect. The reason is that in mathematics, normalization usually involves offset shifting and re-distributing of data, and dc removal is the offset shifting part. In … Continue reading