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Author Topic: Your workflow for loudness normalization of all songs in a playlist?  (Read 991 times)

winamper

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Let's say:

- You know that ReplayGain exists.

- You often create playlists on the fly.

- You don't want to permanently change the loudness of any song.

What's your simple, replicable workflow for loudness normalization of all songs in a playlist?

vikflash

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Re: Your workflow for loudness normalization of all songs in a playlist?
« Reply #1 on: September 30, 2023, 10:01:55 AM »
Hi
Don't know if I understand the question but

If you select the whole media library mp3 files, right click and choose "send to > calculate Replay Gain", in the end, if you save to files Replay Gain values will written in Metadata for each files for the whole library.

Then if in Preferences > Playback you activate Replay Gain, whatever playlist created on the fly will respect those values written in Metadata.

Calculate Replay Gain for a huge Media library can take a lot of time but it's worth the time

Hope this helps
« Last Edit: September 30, 2023, 10:03:15 AM by vikflash »