Quite by happenstance, on a selected wave form in the editor, I dragged the wave-form itself upward inside the wave form bar. I noticed that the waveform shape increased inside the waveform bar from its current size to a waveform that was larger in amplitude. The results seem to look like a weak signal compared to a very strong signal without going thru the recording process again.
My question is this: What exactly is that process doing? Specifically, does it really remove the recording step if you have a weak signal. So if you recorded a weak signal, just stretch the wave form up and you’re done. To do that it must manipulate the signal to noise ratio. Otherwise, a constant signal to noise ration doesn’t provide a better product. Or is this just aesthetics! Thoughts?