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Create Compilation CD from ReplayGained FLACs
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post Nov 15 2012, 15:57
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I would like to select a number of tracks, replaygain them, then modify by hand some of those values to produce the song by song volume change mix I want.

I then want to write the resultant playlist to CD as an Audio CD, not data with FLACs.

I think the majority of songs will just be given the calculated gain values, but sometimes a song doesn't seem to have been levelled correctly (I am using RG2.0 RG values).

I have FooBar, and Winamp available for the processing.

How would I go about this?
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post Nov 15 2012, 18:59
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There are lots of ways to deal with this...

Do you have a program that you normally use for CD burning? Most burning programs will take a FLAC (or just about any audio format) and convert it to the proper format as long as you set-up the program for an "audio CD". I use ImgBurn, (FREE!!!) and I always feed-in 44.1kHz/16-bit stereo WAV files.

It it was me, I'd make WAV files and use an audio editor to "manually" adjust the volumes. I mostly use GoldWave, but Audacity (FREE!!!) or any other audio editor can adjust volumes.

Or, WinAmp has a "WAV Out" option that will send the output to a WAV file. I assume it will apply ReplayGain (or any other "effects").

MP3Tag (FREE!!!!) can manually edit ReplayGain tags (and not just MP3 files). Click View -> Extended Tags. I assume foobar2000 can do it too, but I don't use foobar2000.

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