I have some tracks - not music.
When I look at the curves of the clips, they look to be of the same level. I want to normalize them at a specific peak level, say -6 dB. But I get very different results, as one of the audio files, may have one tiny peak, that goes a few dB above the rest.
When I do a "Normalize" in Audition, the files then do not end up being at the same level, as apparently, the build-in Normalize function in Audition, apparently applies to the max peak at any given point, in the audio file. Which of course screws up the levels, across many files, when normalizing.
I wonder if there's a trick or a VST plugin, that can actually do what I need - normalize by the average max level, and not taking into account, one or two tiny peaks in the audio.
As I'm working on hundreds of files, I don't really wanna spend time on using hard limiter, compressors or similar, as I for once really don't know how to properly use these, and because each file is around an hour long. But I'm open for suggestions. Also, many of these peaks, I can't really see. But they must be there, since a normalization doesn't give the same result, across files.