I'm new to Adobe Audition. I'm not a sound expert. I just record my voice with a microphone for a podcast, then using Adobe Audition, I try to make it better as much as I can, then I'll post it.
Now, the point is, after each pause, I start a new sentence, or a new paragraph with apparent energy. This makes that part of my voice be recorded in higher decibels.
Thus I have to select those parts after each pause manually, and using
dB tool reduce it's amplitude. This is very tedious, error-prone and non-uniform of course.
Since I lack terminology, I can't find a solution for reducing the entire sound to a max limit (less than red zone of highness in volume). I searched for How to reduce volume for an entire sound in Adobe Audition, or How to smooth out decibels in Adobe Audition. But no success.
What should I do?