lower volume of music (MP3) but keep voice recording at a higher v

lower volume of music (MP3) but keep voice recording at a higher v

Post by T3Zlcmx5IG » Wed, 11 Aug 2004 13:09:02


uIn a slide presentation on Africa, I have recorded my voice on many of the
slides. I am using African music as a backgroud, but don't know how to lower
the volume of the music so that the voice overlay can more clearly be heard.
Can I control the volume of the music serperately from the voice overlay?
Can I have the music at a normal volume and, when the voice overlay comes in,
reduce the volume of the music until the voice overlay is complete? How
sophisticated can I get with the volume control?
Thanks, Overly loud Michael
 
 
 

lower volume of music (MP3) but keep voice recording at a higher v

Post by Geetesh Ba » Wed, 11 Aug 2004 14:51:30

Within PowerPoint, you cannot do much - other than use Chirag Dalal's Volume
Control add-in:

Volume Control - http://www.yqcomputer.com/

Outside PowerPoint, you can do more sophisticated stuff like fades, mixing
sounds, etc. in a sound editor - and then export those sounds to a sound
format (WAV, MP3, WMA) that PowerPoint can understand.

This might help:

http://www.yqcomputer.com/
Sound Fades for PowerPoint - http://www.yqcomputer.com/


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