The Levelator will quickly help you adjust sound levels — that will even up the volume on a podcast or other recording.
Here you see a short sound file before and after I adjusted its levels — or levelated it, as I like to think of it. The before shot is on top.
Notice that after I used the Levelator, the low volume portions are up and it reduced the high volume parts. There is no tweaking or adjusting. It’s easy to use, too. Just drag and drop any WAV or AIFF file onto the Levelator’s application window. After a bit of processing, you have a new, better sounding version of your file. It’s my choice for the weekend freeware free-for-all.
COOL! Looks like ol Audacity
The editor is Audacity for sure — its the only one I use. It does everything I need and a lot more. Love it.
PS — Audacity will be my choice for next weekends freeware free-for-all, but if you can’t wait, check it out this introduction: