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Apropreate Volume Level

Discussion in 'Audio' started by ruffdawg, Sep 28, 2004.

  1. ruffdawg

    ruffdawg Guest

    Hello all. I use a little program you may have heard about, called MP3Gain. Now the suggested decible level is 89.0, and yet it is not as loud as a normal CD is. Now i get my music from various places, and like to keep them at the same level. When I rip CD's with Winamp, its at 94.5 db. Is this the Cd decible level? If not, could you please tell me what is? Thanks
  2. djcsurf

    djcsurf Guest

    Yes, i would say that's an average level for general audio cd's. Whatever you set the db rate at is purely your preference. Just make sure the tracks aren't clipping. I personally have mine set at 91 (each to there own eh)
  3. Jeanc1

    Jeanc1 Guest

    AudioGrabber is a stand alone CD Ripper you can get on the web for FREE . It has a normalise function that you can set to anything below 100% so there will be no clipping. Most Audio Engineers will use 98 % normalising setting to restore the full spectrum of the envelope.

    you can get Audiograbber here :- http://www.audiograbber.com-us.net/
    _X_X_X_X_X_[small]Do It Right , and you will be a Happy Camper ![/small]
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