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Replay Gain scan per file vs single album
post Apr 5 2010, 14:12
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Hello....a question about replay gain which I use on all of my music files...When I scan a group of mp3s as an album the replay gain settings seem to always be the same as if I scan them as "per file". Shouldn't the track peak/adjustment be different in these 2 scenarios?...For example, I have one track that is quite a bit softer than the other songs on an album but scanning per file track gain vs. scan as single album does nothing to correct this and the volume doesn't seem consistent no matter which way I do it...

Tracks on the album have a track peak that is half of other songs and well under the album peak but in spite of this are down adjusted...doesn't seem to make sense but I'm probably just not understanding the basics...can someone clarify/explain? Thanks!

This post has been edited by ArtVandalay7: Apr 5 2010, 14:17
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