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mp3 amplification.

once i started a thread about this, but nothing ever seemed to do what i want,which is make every song the same volume. they say it does but it doesnt. i have a few coasters ive burned after the normalization process. ive tried mp3 gain, switch, and 2 or 3 more. all they seem to do is amplify the visual wave thats input into it, but the volume doesnt change. does anyone know of one that actually changes the volume to the same as the other mp3s or close. id like to listen to a cd without having to turn up the volume and turn it back down when the next song burst out about 4 or 5 times of the previous track. thanks for any suggestions.
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You could try this if you still use windows media player
https://www.techwalla.com/articles/h...ng-an-audio-cd
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Old 03-02-2017, 04:17 AM
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You could try this if you still use windows media player
https://www.techwalla.com/articles/h...ng-an-audio-cd
thank you. ill give it a go.

i tried, and looks like it only burns audio cds. im wanting to burn a .mp3 disc of about 150 tracks on one cd.
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Look here....
https://www.lifewire.com/burn-an-mp3...yer-12-2438330
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thank you. ill give it a go.

i tried, and looks like it only burns audio cds. im wanting to burn a .mp3 disc of about 150 tracks on one cd.
Mmmm whenever I burn music CD`s MP3,I can never get more than say 25 or so songs on the disc..150 ?? so I suppose depends on length of songs the codec and quality used.
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Mmmm whenever I burn music CD`s MP3,I can never get more than say 25 or so songs on the disc..150 ?? so I suppose depends on length of songs the codec and quality used.


you can burn a cd as an audio cd or a .mp3 cd.... a .mp3 cd will hold around 150 give or take.
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thanks wrong# and judy... i will look into these.
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i used mediaplayer.... most of them are fine, only around 6 that are still low volume.
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