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« on: July 19, 2016, 09:07:57 PM »


I need help with looping and making a soundtrack louder on Audacity.
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    « Reply #1 on: July 24, 2016, 02:40:57 PM »


    To increase the volume of a song in audacity you just have to drag the volume option to the left or the right depending if you want to decrease or increase the volume respectively, it's on the left side of the song you are editing:
    When you think it's ready, export the sound file as a .wav file (if you want to make a brstm).

    To import a sound file in Brawlbox click on File>new>Brstm audio stream
    And search for the wav file you exported before. After selecting it, a wild loop editor will appear.
    It's not really hard to make a loop, I highlighted some options in squares:
    Green square: highlights the loop option. You might want to check that to enable the loop.
    Blue square: highlights the loop start option. It's where the loop will start from after the song finishes or reaches the end option. Click on that button to set the start at certain part of the song.
    Red square: highlights the end option. It's where the song will... end xD. when the song reaches that part, instead of returning to the beginning of the song, it will Start from where the Start option was set.

    And I think that's it Smiley
    Sorry for the long post Sad, somehow I use this to practice english.
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