It is quite common that whenever one is listening to songs from MP3 the volume needs adjustment for each new track. The music keeps changing so the output must comply with it automatically. However, frequent changing the volume settings of music as the songs keep changing in the player have often disrupted the entertaining experience for everyone. MP3Gain is one such program that comes to their aid and it normalizes the volume between and within music tracks, songs so that the listener can continue pleasing his ears without having to fix the volume first.
MP3Gain is free music volume normalizer software based on open source. For most of the users MP3Gain simply stands as the automatic volume adjuster tool. The tool is much wow-ing as it not only normalizes the volume like other normalizers but also conduct a statistical audit to understand at what volume level the file sounds will sound better to human ear’s receptiveness. Yes, it is purely sound management application and there is no loss – it is completely lossless.
The free MP3Gain by Glen Sawyer does not decode or encode any file. It goes inside the file to detect the volume peak level and adjust the output according to listeners’ choice. Thus music listeners avoid the peril of adjusting the volume level frequently while listening to music.
Here is how the MP3Gain works after downloading the program and installing it, users need to go to the advanced settings under Options to enable the maximizing feature. Then users need to select the target volume label, add the files and run the track analysis. From the track analysis users need to determine which sound suits him the best. Then click on the Modify button to apply Max No Clip Gain. That’s it.
Apart from volume normalization, the users can apply tags to their music library using the MP3Gain. One can also set to ignore certain track from volume maximization from the options menu.
|MP3Gain (Stable) 1.2.5 May 10, 2009||Zan Smogavc and his friend have translated MP3Gain into Slovenian.|
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