Step-by-Step Guide to Change Volume of a File Externally

With the advancement of technology, you can now externally change the volume of a file with fewer efforts and more convenience. Here we will guide you through the entire process and help you understand how to externally change the volume of a file.


Before starting the process of externally changing the volume of a file, you need to make sure that you have the following:

  • An operating system that supports this functionality
  • A supported software installed on your computer
  • Audio editing skills.

Step-by-Step Guide to Change Volume of a File Externally

Download and install a supported software on your computer. Popular software for changing a volume of a file include Audacity and Adobe Audition.

Once the software is installed, open it.

Open the file for which you want to change the volume.

Now, look for an option like 'Volume Control' or 'Amplitude'.

If a slider or a graphical interface is given, you can use that to change the volume of the file. If you want more precise control, use numbers instead.

Finally, click 'Save' to preserve the changes you made and you're done.


How do I install the software?

The process to install the required software depends on the operating system that you're using. For Windows, you simply need to go to the software's official website and click the download button. For Mac users, you can find the software in the App Store.

Does the software cost anything?

The software that I mentioned in the guide is free and open-source. However, there are some advanced, commercial software that may cost you a few bucks.

Are there any other alternatives?

Yes, some popular alternatives for changing volume of a file include Reaper and FL Studio.

Is there a way to automate this process?

Yes, you can automate this process using scripts or macros. However, the exact process depends on your operating system and software.

Does this process work on Mac too?

Yes, this process works on Mac computers as well. The steps included in the guide will be more or less the same. The only difference is in the installation part of the software.

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