Audio track volume.

  Kudu 10:44 01 Dec 2003

A friend who sings folk songs gave me me an audio tape to make CD's from.It was made at different venues and at his home and the volume for each track is all over the place.Anyone know of a small program that would even out the volume,preferably from the hard disk files as i couldn't stand listening to it again when copying from audio tape.Hope he's not online!

  pj123 11:58 01 Dec 2003

I know exactly what you mean. I use a recording programme called LP Recorder it has "auto recording level" You will, of course, have to record it back to your hard disk from the cassette again. I also use LP Ripper which means I can record a cassette as one long track and then split it up into separate tracks afterwards. Both can be got from click here

You need to 'normalise' the tracks.
Try MP3 Workshop click here

  Kudu 15:02 01 Dec 2003

pj123,no luck,don't want to buy it as this is a one off and the free download only gives you 4mins. @[email protected],downloads ok but won't setup maybe as i've XP.

  old-timer 15:33 01 Dec 2003

I use a free program called MP3GAIN, which can be downloaded from:
click here
Very good

  Confab 16:37 01 Dec 2003

What software are you going to use to make the CD? Neor for example has a normalise feature built in.

  Confab 16:38 01 Dec 2003

Neor = Nero

  Kudu 17:42 01 Dec 2003

Used my new copy of Nero for the first time yesterday and never noticed the normalise button.Thanks that should solve it.If all else fails read the handbook.

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