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?
ITunes has it and you can burn CD´s trough ITunes, its quite nice.
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^yeah, use itunes. it works.
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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,
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,
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.