Lowering songs volume ?

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My custom songs were picked from my personal project m build and troy's mkwii's brstm pack for putting them in my sm4sh build, but there's two songs that are a bit ear-rape , and i want to lower the volumen of these two songs so i don't have a disco party at home ( XD ) , can anybody help ?


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    Same steps for increasing the volume, so I'll copy paste it -

    It's a very annoyingly tedious process. (Which I do all the time)

    It's easier if it's a brstm file. Get it, right click export, lower the volume with audacity, export it as a wav. Then open up the brstm file and check the right side for Loop Start Sample, copy that number.

    Open your brawl box, add the newly lowered amplitude track. Loop the song with the same Sample Code, then export! Now you got the louder brstm, so then just open your nus3bank converter, and there ya go! Easy Peasy :/
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    There is a variable on the second tab of Sm4shmusic (I can't remember which, it's an unknown that's usually "100", my computer isn't loading the application so I can't presently check) which I found out is the percentage of the volume. Lower that number and the volume decreases. I don't believe you can increase the volume in this way, though.
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