2021-09-23 (Th) Gravy Shock Chapter two rerecord

Yesterday I noticed that some segments were louder than others, but I ignored them. Today, I realized it was because I used 100 as the max velocity, but when I created new moods this week, I remembered that I was using 127 instead. I throttled back the new soundscapes and reloaded the card. There was still a lot of variation, so I tweaked the sound levels again. This time it sounded better, but some places were still loud. I tried Audacity's "Normalize" function, but that didn't do what I thought. Despite how the waveforms looked, the levels were pretty uniform, and I exported chapter two to an audio file.
Chapter two's revised OST

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