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I just want to play my mp3 songs nicely with my car studio...

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.. and it supports SDRam
-tslim (February 02, 2011, 01:35 AM)
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Guess you are talking about an SD card, not SD-Ram, that's totally not compatible with car-audio :-[

(Edit: Added link to SD card wikipedia page)
-Ath (February 02, 2011, 02:02 AM)
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You are right, I mean SD memory card... :)

I use MP3gain (NOT pro - different author!!) which does normalise tracks, but not within a track - but worth noting what the author says when comparing the two apps:

    * "Mp3Gain PRO" does volume normalization inside the mp3, not just between separate mp3s. So if you feel a song is too quiet at the beginning (or middle, or end), then it can boost the volume just for that part. Pretty cool, if that's what you need.
    * The changes "Mp3Gain PRO" makes are not undo-able. In order to make its fine-tuned adjustments, it must re-encode the mp3 file.

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I have had the experience (with mp3gain) that although tracks are normalised, one track will still sound louder or quieter - I presume this is related to the "sound" of the track, but I dont know.
-tomos (February 02, 2011, 02:27 AM)
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My understanding is MP3 Gain writes the value of db adjustment (against a targeted db) in MP3 tag which means:

1. Other song format without a tag like mp3 won't be supported.
2. A player that plays the mp3 must be aware of that tag and is able to adjust volume level accordingly.

I prefer adjustment that is player independent.

tslim, have you tried out the original, free MP3Gain?

tslim, have you tried out the original, free MP3Gain?
-skwire (February 02, 2011, 04:49 AM)
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that's what I was talking about above skwire - so tslim's post above your's answers that suggestion.

It is very confusing that this MP3Gain Pro used to be called "SuperMp3Normalizer" but borrowed the name from the free version :-\

that's what I was talking about above skwire-tomos (February 02, 2011, 05:34 AM)
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Doh!   :-[  I didn't read your original post carefully enough.   ;)


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