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Hi guys
I have macbook pro 15", 2.0 Ghz, Lion 10.7.2 OS, early 2011 model
Im a student and I use to record my lectures in ipad/iphone in order to re listen to them at home, however sometimes the voice of the lecturer sound low, I need to transfer the files to my macbook pro so I can increase / decrease the volume, I heard about many softwares enable me to do that but as Im running lion (the latest) so I need one compatible with it, any suggestion
thanks in advance with regards
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You can increase the volume levels in iMovie, but as the voice won't be on a separate audio track to the rest of the audio, you won't be able to increase just the voice. That will apply to any software that you use.
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thanks for reply, however Im looking for simple software I can use it to listen to what I recorded in iPad cause you know iPad have one speaker, sometimes you won't feel comfortable to listen with
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