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    Default Adjust output level in multiple recordings

    Is there any software that will process a number of sound files and adjust their output level so that they are somewhat similar? Processing each one separately is very time consuming.

    Thanks in advance.

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    You can try mp3gain. Here is an old article on it:

    https://www.linux.com/news/adjusting-mp3s-mp3gain

    I would definately back-up your music first.

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    Regards, Paul

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    Default Re: Adjust output level in multiple recordings

    I have always used normalize: http://packman.links2linux.org/package/normalize

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    Many thanks to all of you. I will try all three suggestions and report the outcome.

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    Default Re: Adjust output level in multiple recordings

    Quote Originally Posted by d3vnull View Post
    You can try mp3gain. Here is an old article on it:

    https://www.linux.com/news/adjusting-mp3s-mp3gain

    I would definately back-up your music first.
    I found this method the simplest and most effective. I do prefer working in a console. Invoking
    Code:
    mp3gain -r -k *mp3
    made the adjustment swiftly and to my satisfaction.

    Thanks again.

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