I have a set of 300 audios. I use those files in an App, as the voice of an animated character.
So, the thing is, that I can't find a process that take the audio, and "normalize" its levels to make a plain file. The thing is, I've used a software (Sample Manager for Mac) to Normalize the audios, but the result I'm getting is not the expected, at all.
As an example, I have this waveform:
As you may see, when the character gets "excited", the voice of the girl who made the audio raises a peak higher than the rest of the audio, and the same happens but with lower volumes. So, I need to stabilize the whole audio to a predefined level.
The thing is, the character moves his mouth based on the output volume.
Is a compressor what I need? A normalizer? What's the process to accomplish this?
Sorry if I've been inexact in terms, or if my explanation is not very clear, I have no idea about audio, I'm a programmer :)
Thanks in advance!
The thing is, the character moves his mouth based on the output volume.Could you expand on how this relates to what you're trying to do with the audio?