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Authored by: wolfy on Apr 07, '05 06:04:59PM
How does this compare with iVolume, which sounds like it does the same thing, only graphically? Okay, iVolume costs a few bucks to register, but other than that, is there any reason to use AACgain instead?


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Authored by: atverd on Apr 07, '05 06:14:49PM

I bought it some time ago and actually like it, but it has fundamental problems - because of bug in iPods you can adjust your music either for iPod only or for iTunes only (it even has special option for this). Also this method will work only for iTunes and iPod and no other players.
I tried to contact the author and asked him if he is going to implement this method in the tool, but got no answer. Unfortunately it looks like he just lost interest in this project.

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Authored by: chabig on Apr 07, '05 06:24:56PM

I've been in touch with the author of iVolume. I don't think he lost interest in the project. Apple's DRM killed his ability to process ITMS files.


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