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Use a third-party MP3 volume normalization tool in iTunes
Authored by: Stormchild on Jan 07, '10 04:09:03PM

Just wanted to say, I've been using iVolume since version 1, and highly recommend it. I'm not a fan of the price doubling with each version, but besides that it's the best tool for the job. It doesn't modify the audio itself (that would be bad, as the audio quality degrades every time you use a lossy compression like MP3 or AAC). Instead, it simply replaces the value of the iTunNorm tag, which is used by iTunes' built-in Sound Check feature -- so it works with iPods as well.

Definitely the way to go, IMO.

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