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  • Posted a comment on discussion Help on MP3Gain

    The volume of them are not all equal. Pretty sure the volume on those is the same as the CD, which won’t be equal. Um, you’re surprised when you turn down the volume of the files that the volume has been turned down? I think you need to go read a replaygain FAQ. -- Clayton Macleod If no one comes from the future to stop you from doing it, then how bad of a decision can it really be? On Apr 25, 2018, at 12:14 PM, ptfitzy ptfitzy@users.sourceforge.net wrote: OK. I’m confused though. Why would people...

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    The only reason I can see for songs not being adjusted properly is if you have it set to avoid clipping. Turn that off. You aren't likely to hear the clipping anyway. Just let it adjust process them again after turning that off and they should all get adjusted this time. On Tue, Apr 24, 2018 at 7:23 AM, ptfitzy ptfitzy@users.sourceforge.net wrote: I have a couple questions. The person above said that some of his songs are louder than others after using MP3 Gain. You suggested using "Constant Gain"....

  • Posted a comment on discussion Help on MP3Gain

    I don't know what to tell you. If you have properly altered your files then any player will be playing back matched sounds. That's kind of the whole point of the process at all, to match volume levels. If you haven't altered your files, and instead have actually just been adding tags and using a player software that understands and uses those tags, well, there's your problem. You haven't altered anything, so nothing is altered. On Tue, Mar 13, 2018 at 5:56 PM, ptfitzy ptfitzy@users.sourceforge.net...

  • Posted a comment on discussion Help on MP3Gain

    At this point it doesn’t really matter which you choose. Your files are already matched as closely as altered files can be matched, which is +/- 0.75 dB because of the compression format’s 1.5 dB steps. If you leave that option off your CDs will sound exactly the same as the MP3s. If you turn that option on, and the tags have been written to the files, then it will adjust them that last little bit in the zero to 0.75 dB range. It isn’t going to make much difference either way. -- Clayton Macleod...

  • Posted a comment on discussion Help on MP3Gain

    Not sure, but you can make a temporary copy of the mp3 files in another location to keep them safe, then delete from the iTunes library. Once you've done that, drag them back to the iTunes window to add them back into the library again. On Tue, Feb 20, 2018 at 1:12 PM, ptfitzy ptfitzy@users.sourceforge.net wrote: MP3's I downloaded from different sites such as Amazon and others that I converted from my CD's are listed when I downloaded iTunes. However, when I click on the song, they say they can't...

  • Posted a comment on discussion Help on MP3Gain

    Well, you can certainly organize it any way you wish if that's what you'd rather do. Here's a tip: Take all those songs and copy the files to a temporary location. Once you have a second copy of the files, select all the songs inside iTunes and delete them from your library. Since you have a copy of your files, no need to worry. Now take the second copy files and name them how you wish, and then put them in your own folder. Once you're happy with that, select them all and then drag and drop into...

  • Posted a comment on discussion Help on MP3Gain

    If you go right-click any song/album and go into the song/album info you will see a checkbox near the bottom of the Details tab called compilation. This is exactly what determines whether or not iTunes thinks any song/album is a compilation rather than just any regular single-artist album. If you clear this checkmark box then it will no longer consider that song/album to be part of a compilation. You probably don't want to do this. I'm not too sure you should really be concerned with how iTunes is...

  • Posted a comment on discussion Help on MP3Gain

    You can change the volume as many times as you like. You should note, the no clipping option means that no volume change is made if the change would result in clipping. It does not alter the behaviour of the volume change process itself. It simply determines whether or not it will follow theough and complete the volume change. You will have to experiment to find out a good target volume for your library.

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