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I hope this helps anyone looking for a solution.
Mon May 18, 2020 5:00 am Post
AussieDoc wrote:I hope this helps anyone looking for a solution.
Another way is to do what I did - load the .wav sound into an audio editor eg WavePad (free and easy to use) and deliberately set the playback sound to what's comfortable to your ear and put it back in the Scrivener folder.
'Home' then right click and 'select all'. Then ' Volume - Amplify' and set gain to eg 25%.
Select 'apply' then save the .wav file back to it's folder (within the <wherever>\Scrivener\Resources folder).
Then again, I'm a geek
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