Volume levelling of mp3 files

  m800afc 11:22 01 Jun 07
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For some time I have been copying my open reel tapes, cassette tapes, vinyl and CD onto my computer as mp3 files. I have just reached 25,000 files. I can listen to the music, played at random as if it were my own personal radio station. I use mp3Gain to set a gain of 90db to each track. When they are added to my WMP10 library I use volume levelling. In spite of this there is still a very marked difference in the volumes of the tracks. Does anyone know of a volume levelling program that will solve this problem. It must be capable of batch processing, bearing in mind the number of files. If it is free that is even better.
I know some folk may argue that my method may not render the music in great hifi, but if I want that I can listen to the original as I am not disposing of them.

  missingit 12:09 01 Jun 07

I use this,
click here

  m800afc 23:48 01 Jun 07

As I said in my original post, I use mp3Gain, but it does not do the job very well at all. I need something that will adjust or level the gain to a predetermined level. I use 90db, Mp3Gain defaults to 89db.

  missingit 07:51 02 Jun 07

oops sorry,must put my glasses on before reading posts.

Anyway for a batch volume normalizer, Itunes, wavepad seemingly do it.
I don't know if there is anything here that helps.
click here

click here

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