mp3 or music balancer
post-1393179
Thread Starter
Post #1 of 6

darkserpant

New Head-Fier
Joined
Feb 12, 2005
Messages
7
Reaction score
0
Joined
Feb 12, 2005
Posts
7
Likes
0
I have a lot of songs on my burned cd's and also on my hard drive. Does anybody know how I can balance all the songs so they will have the same volume level. I getting real tired of turning the volume up then down then up then down. I am not sure if this is the place to ask this question, so if you see it in another forum, I appologize. And thanks again.
 
     Share This Post       
post-1393209
Post #2 of 6

NiceCans

Headphoneus Supremus
Joined
Aug 22, 2004
Messages
3,875
Reaction score
13
Joined
Aug 22, 2004
Posts
3,875
Likes
13
You can use MP3Gain, a program which will analyze each track and apply an adjustment to remedy that problem.
 
     Share This Post       
post-1393235
Post #3 of 6

darkserpant

New Head-Fier
Joined
Feb 12, 2005
Messages
7
Reaction score
0
Joined
Feb 12, 2005
Posts
7
Likes
0
could I do the same volume balancing with wma files. Or would I need a different program?
 
     Share This Post       
post-1393267
Post #4 of 6

blessingx

HeadFest '07 Graphic Designer
Supplier of fine logos! His visions of Head-Fi
Joined
Mar 27, 2003
Messages
13,179
Reaction score
23
Joined
Mar 27, 2003
Posts
13,179
Likes
23
I believe only WAVs, MP3, AAC and Vorbis' can be Replaygained (though I could be wrong). Check out this thread (WMA shows up). At least playback on computer could be adjusted.
 
     Share This Post       
post-1393275
Post #5 of 6

NiceCans

Headphoneus Supremus
Joined
Aug 22, 2004
Messages
3,875
Reaction score
13
Joined
Aug 22, 2004
Posts
3,875
Likes
13
I just realized you mentioned songs burned onto CD's . . . a program like I mentioned will not help there as it must be able to re-write the tags in the individual files. This would need to have been done before the files were burned to CD's.

Some music player software have built-in Replay Gain and can adjust during playback to level the volume. However, these also generally work by writing data to the tags (and I do not know if they can alternatively save this data in their library database).
 
     Share This Post       
post-1393291
Post #6 of 6

darkserpant

New Head-Fier
Joined
Feb 12, 2005
Messages
7
Reaction score
0
Joined
Feb 12, 2005
Posts
7
Likes
0
Actually forget about my burned cd's. I still have all my music in one folder on my harddrive. They are all wma files. Will I have to convert them to wav then run a balancing program then convert them back to wma files then re-burn. If so what programs would best do all this, if any. Thanks
 
     Share This Post       

Users Who Are Viewing This Thread (Users: 0, Guests: 1)

Top