Re: How do I listen to voc file format on windows? Or change them?
- --- In email@example.com, Jonathon_M_Johnson@... wrote:
> Hello Mules-
> I use Audacity to change .wav to mp3 by exporting it.
> I also use Levelator that might do what you are asking to enhance
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> From: "farmersagentdm" <farmersagentdm@...>
> How can I listen to .voc files on my windows comp?
> What program thats FREE will change the format to .wav or to mp3?
> Also, I used to use Audacity, and had another program (I think) that
> used to enhance audacity. Does anyone know the program I am
There's no need to use Levelator if you have Audacity. Audacity has a
built in leveller function under the Effects menu.
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> There's no need to use Levelator if you have Audacity. Audacity has a
> built in leveller function under the Effects menu.
It's not the same thing. As far as I know there is no "effect" in any sound
editing program that will do what is done in Levelator.
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- On Wed, Nov 19, 2008 at 9:54 AM, Richard Amirault <ramirault@...>wrote:
>Although Levelator is an excellent product, the term effect in Audacity is
> It's not the same thing. As far as I know there is no "effect" in any sound
> editing program that will do what is done in Levelator.
used to describe anything that changes the audio contained in your project.
It is not just reverb, delay, chorus, flanger. It is also dynamic controls.
EQ, compression, noise reduction, etc. Levelator is just a simpler version
of what Audacity already has available.
Levelator just makes it easier.
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