Clevo -- ok, I downloaded and installed Audacity -- unfortunately it will
not accept a wma audio file! The files I had ripped from the CD with
Windows Media Player were created as wma. I saw that I can rip to a wav
file using Media Player, so I re-ripped to wav. That imported just fine
into Audacity, and the amplify effect worked just fine. I had 14 tracks to
amplify, and I wound up doing them one at a time. I wanted to
keep the tracks separate as amplified.
Thanks for the tip!
HP Pavilion - 2GB RAM - Core2 Duo CPU
Vista Home Premium
"Clevo" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> On Request;709421 Wrote:
>> I have a CD whose original recording volume is on the low side. I desire
>> rip it in a way that the volume on the ripped file is at a higher level
>> on the CD. I have been using Windows Media Player 11 on Vista for
>> but can't figure out how to enhance/raise the volume during the
>> 1. Is this even possible with Windows Media Player 11?
>> 2. Is there another ripping program that will accommodate ripping to
>> HP Pavilion - 2GB RAM - Core2 Duo CPU
>> Vista Home Premium
>> Office 2007
> I don;t think you can
> You can...
> 1)turn volume up
> 2) Download Audacity which is free.... import the sound file...press
> the effect: increase volume...select how much db increase.... test it,
> then click ok.
> Windows Vista Home Premium x64 + SP1
> ASUS P5K MB
> Intel Core2 Quad Q6600 @ 2.4GHz
> 4GB RAM (DDR2)
> NVIDIA GeForce 8600 GTS
> Realtek HD onboard sound
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