Originally Posted by WalkGood
This is why I recommended mp3Gain
in my first post, it does a statistical analysis to determine how loud the file actually sounds to the human ear. Also, the changes MP3Gain makes are completely lossless, there is no quality lost in the change because the program adjusts the mp3 file directly, without decoding and re-encoding, thus you can undo it if you wish. You can change the volume as many times as you want and the mp3 will sound just as good (or just as bad) as it did before you started.
Some of us are too lazy for that
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