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When ride me listen to MP3 via Cardo Scala G9, it great as have 1200 -1300 song of all kind music. When me transfer CD song in to MP3 format song volume stay as when record to CD in studio, problem with this is some song have loud volume other have less volume even if Cardo and Walkman set at max high volume.

Do BUSA member have or know conversion software that you can increase volume to more high level that studio record when converting song in MP3 ?

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You might try an application called Audacity.

I think the term for equalizing the volume level among different recordings is called normalization.
 

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I just added a Audiovox HD FM receiver to my ride. All this time listening to a Sony Walkman FM/Weather/TV/MW radio with so much static,its a MOST WELCOME change. I use in the ear buds that knock the road and wind noise down so I do not have to crank up my music, unlike adding speakers volume on top of the road/wind noise. But the volume can waver some when I change stations. And some songs have cranked up parts while other parts I have a hard time hearing.
 

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There is a free utility called MP3Gain that I use almost exclusively. It's been around forever, is easy to use and produces great results. The program's default volume is 89db, so you may want to increase this to 91db or more (it's easy to experiment). This program will tell you if you are getting distortion (clipping) if you are pushing the db too much. Check it out.

http://mp3gain.sourceforge.net/index.php
 

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Thank you all for reply, I download all, really like MP3 Gain, it seem to work very good and it very simple for use.
 

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pyfis said:
You might try an application called Audacity.

I think the term for equalizing the volume level among different recordings is called normalization.
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I do believe if you search other sound programs such as Itunes, Media player too you will find normalization for ripping your music but if it is already converted to MP3 at a different sound level then you would need to normalize the whole playlist/music library. :wink:
Audacity by Sound Forge can do it as can several others.
I love my vast eclectic MP3's for riding too! :thumbup:
 
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