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Hi, in this Instructable I will be showing you how to bass boost songs on the audio editing program Audacity. This is my first Instructable so I am sorry about any simple mistakes. Once have downloaded it, open it. Once you have Audacity open, look up in the top right and click on File then scroll down to open. Click on open and this will then open Windows Explorer and find the desired song that you wish to bass boost. Click open once you have selected the song and it will import the MP3. On the very top toolbar click on Effects then on the drop-down and look for Normalize.
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Please check the rules before posting. This subreddit is only an additional source of support and not visited by regulars as often. Bass Boosted Situation Help self. So, it has been a month since I just gave up in recording my gameplays cause everytime I heard the recording, the sound was extremely bass boosted. I thought it was some audio driver problem or something like that, but now I found out what is happening. So, in my sound manager Dell model there is an option called "speaker enhancement" and has 3 options: video, music and voice. I tried turn off this option and started to record. I immediately noticed the sound quality was way much worse than before, so I just stopped recording cause I realized the result would be a completely garbage.
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