Facts: I got a last generation Power PC powerbook 17" 1.6 Ghz. I recorded an audio conference from the internet that could only open in Windows Media Player (.wax file), but the volume of the conference as it was recorder is way to low. once i acquire the file and was stored in my Mac I transported the audio file to Quicktime, selected Movie properties > Aido settings, and increased the volume to the max, then, saved the file and the increase of volume is not saved. I tried many times. Quictime is not saving the increased volume. I tried exporting the file to itunes and there is npthing I could do. I tried to export to garage band, but hte file is about 2 Hours of duration and garage band can't hold anything more than an hour long, so it chops the file in half. Please help, what could I do????? One "old school" work around I found. I converted the file to .wav in Quicktime, then I transfered the .wav file to a Windows machine and opened it with Sound Recorder, then I selected "increase volume by 25%" and it's working, but it has taken so far 2 hours waiting for the 2 Ghz Pentium 4 processor Windows machine to finish and I am not done saving with the file yet. Is there any way to increase the volume of a file without using Windows? Quicktime can't get it right! Am I missing anything? Thanks!