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    I'm not sure if it's ok to post this here, cos it's not video related, but its always been a helpful forum so if not ok let me know.

    I've made some compilations of FLAC music files all from different artists and intend to burn some CDs with them.

    The problem is the audio levels all differ, which is really annoying during playback, one song needs the audio turned right up then the next blares at you really loudly and you need to turn it down.

    Clearly I need to normalize the volume of all the tracks. Now this would be easy enough if dealing with one track but the minimum I've got is ten, all with varying audio aplitude levels.

    Is there any way I can normalize the whole lot to the same or similar aplitude levels? If so how and using what (preferably free) software?

    Thanks.
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    You should be able to do it with foobar2k>Replaygain>scan selection as a single album or Albums(by tags)...Try it...You can always remove Replaygain info...
    The burrrn proggie, has a replaygain feature as well...
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    Thanks for the info., I'll take a look.
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