Levelator has destroyed my audio - help!

I am updating a course from an older previous one.  Since the original elearning course, I had to add some narration from a different speaker and since that time, I have changed my microphone.  I found that there were huge variances in volume level so I used Levelator hoping it would make all the audio around the same level which it did.  It all sounded okay and now that I have published the course, it is the worst quality audio I have ever produced.  it sounds like I am talking in a tin can.  I can't submit this course as is and I really don't want to have to re-narrate 124 slides!  Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.

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Brian Batt

Hi Alanna,

Do you create a backup of the original audio or are you stuck with the Levelator version of the audio?

Also, did you increase the quality of your presentation when you published it?

http://www.articulate.com/support/presenter09/?p=39

If you still have issues, you could convert your audio to 16 BIT 44.1 KHZ PCM wav files & then import them into Articulate.   For more information, see the link below:

http://myraroldan.com/wp/2011/02/working-with-audio-in-articulate/