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volume equalizer for MP3's

Discussion in 'Software Q&A' started by nix, Feb 27, 2006.

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  1. nix

    nix Senior Member

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    How do I equalize the volume for mp3 files? I use itunes...it has volume equalizer but it only works in itunes...if the put the same mp3 files into a cd and put it into my player...the volumes are not equalized....
    your suggestions..
     
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    Player and system will differ dude..........How do u relate Mp3 player and system???They r different :shock: :shock:
     
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    Here is Your Answer

    Acoustica mp3 CD Burner it's a freeware download it and equalize any song and even crossfade mp3 cd's and no pause between tracks in mp3 cds
     
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    thnanks all!..i used MP3 gain...it's great...thanks kalpik
     
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    @nix: Sure! No problem!

    @others (FYI!!): MP3 Gain does not just "normalise" the files, it uses ReplayGain. And there is no loss in quality as it just changes the Header of the file. It is the best if u need to manipulate the sound level of MP3 files.
     
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