#1
HI, i'm looking for a free program that can make mp3s louder, because i'm using a backing track and what I do is save the backing track on my PSP, plug a cord from the headphone jack on the PSP into my amps little CD player plug. The problem is there is no volume control for it, and the backing track can't even be heard over my amp because its drowning it out.( and volume on PSP is all the way up. )
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#2
Make them go to 11.


Srsly, google.
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#4
itunes.

edit: that probably won't work. Your solutions:
1. turn amp down
2. get a stereo.
Last edited by pantera456 at Jul 11, 2009,
#5
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You can add gain in Audacity.

I have Audacity, how do you add gain?
Gibson Les Paul Traditional
Crate V33 212 Combo
DigiTech Whammy IV
Dunlop Crybaby
MXR Classic Distortion
Ibanez DE-7 Delay
Boss GE-7 Equalizer

#6
Audacity you can normalize it or make it louder. Also in iTunes if you go to the info you can change it. But in iTunes if you make it 100% louder it doesn't seem like that big of a difference until you play it on your iPod.

Edit: In audacity there's an option in the menu bar thing with all the effects.
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