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Use a third-party MP3 volume normalization tool in iTunes
Authored by: T0b1 on Jan 09, '10 07:48:51AM

"Note: It has come to my attention that the above "Intel version" of MacMP3Gain is not fully native. The underlying program (aacgain) is still a PowerPC binary and as such, there will be little performance gain. When someone else provides me with an Intel-built version, I'll add the link here. "

-> Better use the Macports version (http://www.macports.org/index.php)
a simple

sudo port install aacgain

is IMHO much nicer than installing an old binary inside an old app.



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