Equalize MP3 Volumes to Have the Same Volume Levels
When we listen to MP3 songs, oftentimes we catch volume differences from one song to another song. Sometimes the differences are significant that we have to lower or increase the volume manually. Listening to music is supposed to cheer you up, not to give you such a trouble. Most audio player software nowadays indeed has a volume normalization feature to equalize MP3 volumes, but you probably find it rather useless. Even though with the volume normalization option turned on, you still notice that your MP3 songs have different volume level from one song to another one. So, how to fix this volume level problem?
I have no idea of other freeware that can equalize MP3 volume level better than MP3 Gain. This free application does lossless volume normalization and adjustment based on David Robinson’s Replay Gain algorithm. You can process individual MP3 files as well as the entire MP3 songs within a folder easily. It has been around for a number of years yet many people still recommend it to equalize different MP3 volumes. Its volume batch processing feature enables you to equalize many MP3 volumes at once.
MP3 Gain is a portable MP3 volume equalizer software so you can keep it within your USB drives should a friend of yours asking you to equalize her MP3 volumes. There is also the installer if you prefer to.