Thank you, Jonathan! Section 31 is PL OK. Audacity doesn't have a built-in effect for measuring volume, but there's an effect you can install, called ReplayGain. It allows you to measure your volume relative to 89 dB in the Analyze mode, and change the average volume to 89 dB in the Normalize mode:Jonatoner wrote: ↑April 1st, 2021, 9:23 amHi Michael
Thanks for response. I modified the audacity file to increase the db level by 4 which includes a clipping edit as well. I think it changed the quality of the sound a bit as it increased the volume. Also deleted 3 seconds at the end. In the future, I'll record at a higher volume and turn the mic away to deal with the popping. I'm wondering if Audacity has a function that shows the average volume level?
Anyway here's the link