I increase the volume of some parts of the track. I export it. I listen to it as a music file and I don't see any changes there. (if you open the exported file again in audition, the changes will already be visible there) What to do?
Sorry for the mistakes if there are any. English is not my native language.
How exactly did you increase the volume?
Are you saying that you changed the level of the audio using the HUD, saved the file, and couldn't hear any difference, even though you could see the difference in the file?
Then the changes you made were insufficient! If you can see that the file has a lower peak amplitude than it had, then that is what it will have - this never fails.
so what i need to do?
It depends upon what you are trying to achieve. Is this music, or spoken words? What you would do would vary according to both the material and the result you are after.
This is a recording of my voice. I increase the volume in some places and the problem is that the changes are not visible after the export. The question itself is how to hear my changes not only in audition
Try using the Speech Volume Leveler on the whole file.
Where can I find it?
In Effects>Amplitude and Compression. May I suggest that you might find it useful to go through some of the Audition basic tutorials? I think you will get on a lot better if you do...