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MP3 Editor

[lhomme]

New Member
Hiya - I need a simple free editor that will allow me to raise the volume of my mp3s (I'm trying to get them all the same volume). Thanks.
 

idoru

New Member
free?

well...

not good, VERY raw.
use winamp to export them to wav.
then use the built in wav editor in windows to adjust the volume, the use musicmatch jukebox free edition to re-encode them to mp3

you ARE dealing with legallyobtained mp3's? right?

thats a slow, and painful way to do it, but it will work.

have fun
 

Coolin

NL[C]
NLC
That's the low quality way that would screw up your music more than it would help...

Just use MP3Gain for amplifying your volume.
 

idoru

New Member
yeah, your right, thats the point.

if your having issues with your mp3's, re-record them...

if you don't have the source cd's, then, well...

anyways.

i think my feelings on illegal mp3's is generally well known.
 

Coolin

NL[C]
NLC
Too late for that, I already gave him the proper method of increasing the volume without sacrificing quality.



Oh yeah, btw, if you don't understand MP3Gain, try this little tool that directly edits MP3s without re-encoding. (All other tools can edit MP3s, but they re-encode and lower quality.)
http://www.rz.uni-frankfurt.de/~pesch/#mp3dc
 

Coolin

NL[C]
NLC
Originally posted by guitarnerd
It is called normalizing and CDEX has this feature I highly reccomend it
There are many different types of normalization, some significantly degrade quality. I'm not sure about the one in CDex, but MP3Gain retains excellent quality.
 

guitarnerd

Microsoft owns all
NLC
NO! There is only one type of normalization and don't argue with me on this one...Normalizing is just where it scans the spectrum of the audio file and increases the gain as high as it can go without clipping.
 
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