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Re: Program to modify RMS levels

I've been using Sonic Foundry's SoundForge v. 5.0 in Windows. It will modify
the intensity of a .wav file or subset thereof based to an average RMS that
you specify. You can find it in the "normalize" menu item.

On the minus side, SoundForge isn't scriptable (to my knowledge). In fact
I've been looking for an alternative. A Matlab routine would be better - if
anyone has such a thing I'd be interested in hearing about it.


On Wednesday 01 August 2001 14:15, you wrote:
> Does anyone know of software that will allow users to modify (specify) RMS
> levels.  Ideally, it would accept .wav files but this is not a necessity.
> I have several hundred speech files that I'd like to equalize based on RMS
> levels so batch processing would be essential.  Thanks in advance for any
> suggestions
> Mitchell S. Sommers, Ph.D.

Marc Joanisse, Assistant Professor
Department of Psychology
The University of Western Ontario
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