What do you see when you look at the QR Code above? Do you see a pixelated Goomba from NES-era Super Mario Bros.? Maybe I’ve played too many video games in my day, but I definitely see it.
If you’re anything like me, you probably didn’t start looking for hidden images when this page loaded. More than likely you whipped out your iPhone and launched Scan to see what it did, without any prompt at all. Yeah? If not, let’s go back a couple of steps.
In today’s post I have created a short, easy-to-use tutorial on using Adobe Audition to open, convert and save WAV files in the MP3 format. I won’t be getting super technical, nor will I be exploring any advanced features, although this software is packed with them!
If you are a Chrome for Mac OS user, chances are that you’re working your way through a seemingly never-ending battle with an onslaught of Adobe (Shockwave) Flash updates, many of which have seemed to cause unnecessary slow-downs, crashes and eventually (pardon our scientific terminology) the urge to rip out each and every single hair from your skull.
In today’s post I will share with you a VERY easy way to bring down the highest points of your audio, re-render the track and boost the amplitude as much as possible without creating distortion (clipping).