[LAU] Record levels lower in Alsa than Jack

Paul Davis paul at linuxaudiosystems.com
Mon Nov 9 23:51:30 CET 2020

You cannot denormalize unless you have a peak value for each of the
originals. If you have the originals, use sndfile-info to get the peak
value, then use sox or similar to change the converted files. OTOH, this is
going to be no faster than reconverting all them again.

On Sat, Nov 7, 2020 at 12:58 AM John Murphy <rosegardener at freeode.co.uk>

> Next question then: how do I denormalise about 100GB of recordings? :)
> I had thought I noticed a difference between listening to the live shows
> and the recordings. A slight dullness / lack of sparkle. I put it down
> to being the only listener to the recordings, but part of a synchronised
> audience originally (I'm sure there's something to that, even while
> different speed processes cause smaller synchronised groups), or my
> imagination.
> Of course; I'll be quite convinced that my future recordings sound
> much better without normalisation...
> I really appreciate the help from everyone.
> Thanks.
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