How can I remove the component of pitch (or frequency) from an audio waveform, while maintaining the amplitude? I'm looking for a process analogous to desaturating a colour image to black and white: rendering an audio file literally monotonous but maintaining its rhythm (as changes in volume over time).
I want to listen to my digital music player at work (technically, WMAs and not MP3s) through speakers rather than headphones. With the latter, all my songs sound fairly consistent in volume. With the former, they're all over the map and ditto for the dynamic range. Suggestions? [more inside]
The final mixdown on music I have created at home is very low in volume. How can I raise the volume of my final tracks without getting that god-awful digital clipping? [more inside]
What's the psychology behind EXTREMELY loud music in nightclubs, concerts, and even some stores? [more inside]
Is there any way to increase the overall volume on an iPod shuffle? [more inside]
I have an mp3, one channel of which is way quieter than the other. How can I fix it so the two channels are the same volume? [more inside]
Is there a way in iTunes (or another application) to make all of the songs on a playlist be approximately the same volume? [more inside]
Does anyone know anything about iMovie 3? I've just finished creating a project, and when I play through in iMovie it seems fine. However, when I export it, it's like the volume settings are completely ignored. Music that I set at 10% is actually playing at 100% and is overwhelming the dialogue. There doesn't seem to be anything in iMovie's documentation about this, so I'm stumped. What am I doing wrong?
I need to make my laptop's speakers go to 11. [more inside]
Which of my three volume controls should I use?? [more inside]
Winamp lowers the volume after every song. So, I'm constantly turning it all the way back up. How do I get it to stop that? They may be trying to save my ears, but my headphones are dying and I have a slight hearing problem. I listen to a song, and the next one is suddenly just a whisper. So frustrating.