Um, what industry do you think I work in?I strongly suggest that audio NOT be normalized to 0. The industry standard is that 1 kHz tone is set at -20 db (peak, not VU, RMS, etc), with average peak material at -9 db.
This allows for headroom, for sections of the program needing to go above -9 db for short periods.
Also, if you normailze to 0, the perceived audio level can be different from program to program because of the peaks that are above -9db. If for example a program had a peak that went to -3 db and a different program that only peaked to -6 db, the -6 db program will sound louder than the - 3 db program.
Just a suggestion.
I have no clue. Owners of VRD do not have to work in the industry. I don't.Um, what industry do you think I work in?
Simple fix for that. Turn up the volume on the amp.I just want my edited recordings so that they're not way quieter than all the other sounds that my PC makes.