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audio volume editors?

Discussion in 'Audio' started by Kimmi8, Apr 4, 2007.

  1. Kimmi8

    Kimmi8 Member

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    Hi,
    I've looked at some audio software editors (dbpoweramp, goldwave, etc)

    I want to rip some of my maxell cd-r media of audio cds onto taiyo yuden cd-r disc. I would like to enhance the volume, and I do not understand all the filter settings. The volume is very low if I burn an old maxell disc to a new taiyo yuden disc. I would like to make the volume alittle louder without distorting the songs.

    I did re encoding some wav files with a louder volume setting, and that did make the songs distorted :(

    Kimmi
     
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    just leave them the way they are..."normalizing" features on most audio apps really shred the quality of the file....

    I find it hard to beleive that doing a copy of nothing but ones and zeros from one CDR to another CDR results in a drop in volume...have you tried playing these audio discs on other stereos or computers? What was the original source files the audio came from? (mp3, cd...)

     

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