#1
So, I putting a music CD together, but the song I want have different proveniences, and so.. different volumes.

Is there any program that allows me to regulate the volume pf all song to the same level?
#2
ITunes has it and you can burn CD´s trough ITunes, its quite nice.
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#3
^yeah, use itunes. it works.
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#5
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I used to do this, don't bother.

It kills the dynamics of your music.

Normalizing doesn't really effect dynamics.

Edit: *Affect
Last edited by werty22 at Sep 3, 2010,
#7
Err... You mean limiting or compression?

Edit: Well, it turns out the replay gain in iTunes isn't the same as normalization anyway, so .
Last edited by werty22 at Sep 2, 2010,
#8
I use mp3gain for this.

I'm not much of an audiophile so i don't know if it's a good or bad program, but works well for me.