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sound design for a quiet room

Depends on the context of the game. Is there stuff going on outside the room, ie traffic, people, distant gunshots, dogs barking down the street, birds singing etc - some slightly muffled sound from ...
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Modding a Zoom H5 and its Shotgun Mic: possible?

If you need quiet sounds like subtle atmos you need to get a better recorder that has better converters. Good converters with low noise cost. The zooms are really only good for loud stuff, originally ...
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obviate extreme gain noise

I've no experience with this type of gear, but functionality depends on the use-case. This device (and there are several others available with similar function) is mostly useful on ribbon and dynamic ...
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How do I adjust recorded audio so that the quiet parts become louder and the loud parts become quieter?

This is one reason why a) you do a level check before you go & b) why you record to separate tracks. If compression/limiting can't make up the gain enough, or over-compresses one voice without ...
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Low audio levels with AT875R shotgun microphone. Is this due to missing a preamp/mixer and/or other hardware?

Actually, there is already a preamp stage of sorts in your signal chain in your PC's in-built MIC IN (I assume you're using mic in, and not line in, right?). In-built sound inputs, however, are ...
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