Author Topic: volume level  (Read 1963 times)

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volume level
« on: December 09, 2008, 08:02:22 AM »
I always save my files in .wav and then transfer them in mp3 to save space on hard disk.
But the sound level are different depending on the instruments used in each tune.

Is there anyone who would know if a program exist to
get all volume level identical on all my mp3 files or anybody
know how to do it.


Offline travlin-easy

Re: volume level
« Reply #1 on: December 09, 2008, 08:12:51 AM »

Nero Burn has a normalize feature that might help.

Gary 8)
Love Those Yammies...

Offline Eddie Shoemaker

Re: volume level
« Reply #2 on: December 09, 2008, 01:38:05 PM »
WavePad is a nice utility for working with MP3s. There is a free version, a trial version and full version available here:

Once you have downloaded the program, open it. Under FILE open the MP3 you want to normalize.
Under EFFECTS, click on normalize. Bingo...that's all there is to it.


Offline Joe W

Re: volume level
« Reply #3 on: December 09, 2008, 04:59:53 PM »
I use a program called MP3Gain.  It's free, although the author would happily accept donations.  It was particularly useful when I was putting together Arranger Artist Volume 3.  In that case the MP3s had come from a wide variety of keyboards and performers.  MP3Gain was to set the overall sound of the CD to the same level so that a listener, when going from one MP3 to another, was not greeted by a sudden increase (or decrease) in volume.   Here's some of the info from the MP3Gain "About" file:

MP3Gain Version 1.2.5

Performs ReplayGain analysis of MP3 files.
For more information about ReplayGain, go to

Latest version of MP3Gain at:

-- Joe Waters
PSR Performer Page


  • Guest
Re: volume level
« Reply #4 on: December 10, 2008, 08:50:14 AM »
Thanks for the help and links.

It is really appreciated.

Now I will be able to sleep....