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Lossless adjusting of loudness for MP3 and AAC files
Authored by: jiclark on Apr 07, '05 11:55:08AM

I have about 7000 tracks in my iTunes library, of which I'd say maybe 10% need a bit of a boost. I'm very tempted by this hint, but would love to hear some feedback from some more knowledgeable types before I try it out...

Can anyone tell us more about just exactly how this command line tool does it's thing, and better yet, if it has any downsides?

Thanks,
John



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I've used this on my collection (>1000 songs)
Authored by: a1291762 on Apr 08, '05 05:43:59AM

I used the Windows version of mp3gain on my entire music collection (my music is stored on a Windows machine at the moment). It's certainly better then "Sound Check" (just remember to turn sound check off or you won't notice a difference). I haven't noticed any problems yet. The only annoying thing will be remembering to mp3gain any new songs I add to my collection.



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