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Wouldn't this screw up burning albums as Audio CD?
Authored by: caesurae on Apr 08, '05 10:16:11AM
This AACGain thing seems like it would screw up burning an album as an Audio CD since each track's gain is adjusted individually. What a mess that would be!

Let me be the 3rd person to suggest that everyone check out Octiv's Volume Logic. This iTunes plugin achieves what Sound Check claims, and much more. Take advantage of the 30 day trial, you won't regret it.

Definitely preferable to editing thousands of mp3 files.

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Wouldn't this screw up burning albums as Audio CD?
Authored by: atverd on Apr 08, '05 11:38:45AM

Guys, this volume logic has nothing to do with aacgain - this is iTunes plugin and works only for iTunes and no other software and hardware players. Also it consumes a lot of CPU and changes a lot of things in played music besides volume. I tried it many times before and overall I find it too intrusive into system and sound.



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Wouldn't this screw up burning albums as Audio CD?
Authored by: atverd on Apr 08, '05 11:48:12AM

Regarding albums - there is option -a (described in the original post) which is designed specifically for these cases, it will adjust an album as whole and you may burn it later without any problem. For random playing -r would work better, but -a will have positive effect too.



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