Your recording is still too soft, coming in at 81 dB. I don't hear any muffled at all. I amplified it by +8 and it still sounds clear as a bell. So It is still better to increase the gain going into Audacity if that is possible, rather than messing with it afterwards. This means getting closer to the microphone and using any gain buttons on your mic. Your voice is still great. Oh, and most people try to keep the Audacity volume slider about midway or perhaps up to 3/4. Not sure why. So please amplify that file by 8 and submit it again and i will PL it for you.Owlivia wrote: ↑August 21st, 2020, 6:26 pmSo! After having listened to some other readings, I felt as if mine sounded ... sort of muffled - and I have the microphone volume to the maximum, which may be a contributing factor. So I played with Audacity, using the High Pass filter.
Chapter 20, repost; same run time: 11:59
I officially assign you sections 2 and 4. And thank you!!!!! Here is a video on estimating volume using your eyes http://youtu.be/nNreCl3XCFE
and here is a video for new DPLs on getting into the magic window and messing around with stuff. http://youtu.be/HxFowx84NT4 Just to whet your appetite! EDiT: I apologize, that video is out dated and I need to re do it but most of it is still informative.