That is a pretty handy guide. Though I rarely use Audacity anymore… I still have it installed and used to be my go to in the studio.
I need the original though, either by source in the game, which seems no longer available, tthey have new music up now.
or by a high quality recording initially. the one of the website mentioned above is very low quality compression,
ever try to edit a poorly recorded and compressed audio file? I can make it sound a lil brighter but too much and it shouts out all the imperfections blatantly, sometimes making it worse.
If there was a high quality mp3 or compressed file that is different, I mean like 41k and above. cd quality is low quality to me… when I record my music its at 98k sample rate at 24 bit. but I have special gear for that. and Id be printing source files so its different.
thanks for the help. Audacity is pretty handy, Ive used it for over ten years or something. I like free audio editor as well… but there is no compression with that app… I use my DAW now for those things which has a stupid capacity for quality, being I purchased dedicated clocks and ad/da converters. When you get that high you really cant hear the quality differences past a certain point, but they are in fact there.