[QUOTE=Kerry56;2581523]You might want to try Audacity to increase the sound only on those sections where your muffled sound occurs. Audacity is a free audio editing program.
Import the audio, then use the Selection tool to set the start and end points of the low volume area. Then click Effect–>Amplify and see if the result is acceptable. You’ll have to do this for every section you want more volume. You may also have to allow clipping and you can preview the effect to find the right amount of volume increase.
What format is the audio in? If it is mp3, you will need the Lame library as well as the program itself. I’d use the 1.3.12 beta version of Audacity: http://audacity.sourceforge.net/
and the Lame library is here: http://lame.buanzo.com.ar/
It won’t hurt to install the ffmpeg library as well: http://manual.audacityteam.org/index.php?title=FAQ:Installation_and_Plug-Ins#installffmpeg[/QUOTE]
Hi, thanks for the information! I’m at the uni library just now so will try that when I get home on my laptop…The file is a WMA…do I need a different version for that?