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Use a third-party MP3 volume normalization tool in iTunes
Authored by: jeffbyrnes on Jan 07, '10 12:30:18PM

I've been a user of iVolume for years, and, unlike MacMP3Gain, it doesn't modify the actual audio, just the metadata. It adjusts the property that Apple's Sound Check uses, and it actually uses the same ReplayGain algorithm that mp3gain (and, by extension, MacMP3Gain) uses. If you want your tunes to be even, it's the best possible tool, since it won't alter your audio files themselves (a big no-no, in my book).


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