You will need
  • - Adobe Audition;
  • - audio file.
Open a record in Adobe Audition by using the Ctrl+O. you Can use the Open command ("Open") from the File menu ("File"). Even easier, you can do that by clicking on a file that needs processing, right-click and selecting from the context menu the option "Open with...". Select Adobe Audition in the list of programs, which offer to open the file.
Increase the volume of the recording using the Normalize filter. To do this, open the settings window with the command Normalize process from the group of Amplitude, which after some searching can be found in the Effects menu.Enter the percentage value to which you want to increase the volumein the field to Normalize. Click OK.
Listen to the result by clicking on the Spacebar. If you think that the volume is increased enough, undo the previous action Ctrl+Z reopen the settings window filter Normalize and enter another numeric value.
Save the record with the increased volumeof Yu. To do this, use the Save As command (Save as) from the File menu ("File"). In the opened window choose a location to save the file in the "file Name" enter the file name.
From the drop-down list file Type select the format of the saved file. If your source file was in mp3 format, you are prompted to save the modified file in the same format. Click on the button Options ("Options") and select from the dropdown the bitrate of the saved file. It's prudent to keep a record with the changed volume of theYu with the same bitrate that was in the original file, of course, if you do not need to reduce the file size. The bitrate of the source file can be read using the File Info command from the File menu. The same thing happens if you use Ctrl+P. by Choosing the bitrate of the saved file, click OK in the codec settings and the Save button in the settings window of the "Save as".