I have about 200 wav audio files that will be made into a CD to accompany a book (English for Spanish speakers so knowing Spanish would be an advantage but not a requirement.
Most of the files are about 200 to 500 kb some are 100 kb.
They are not all good recordings but I do not have time to do them again.
So the job is to clean them up, to filter out as much noise as possible and to have them at the same volume level.
Would it be best to make them mp3 files?
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