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Use a third-party MP3 volume normalization tool in iTunes
Authored by: excarnate on Jan 07, '10 07:58:43AM

I purchased iVolume, which doesn't have a preference to say "don't check for updates". I noticed this when a major rev came out, I clicked the "never notify again" and everytime he did a minor rev to the new version it would bug me.

As it turns out, iVolume checks in EVERYTIME it launches, which is pretty nasty behavior in my book. I've bought L'il Snitch to block it, frustrating, but I've found L'il Snitch to be an almost must-have for a variety of reasons.

I'm not sure iVolume does anything useful, and older versions aren't available on his website, so if you didn't keep up with v1's revisions, once v2 came out you were screwed.

A good reason to find a FOSS version so I'll be trying your tip, thanks!



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