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    ... what percentage do you normalize to? If my sound came from an analog source, i normalize to %100, if the sound came from a DVD and i'm making a VCD, i normalize to %120. any thoughts?
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  2. Always normalise to 99%. Anything over 100% will be distorted on peaks.
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    Yep! Don't confuse Normalize with Volume. It's not quite the same thing. Normalize is a relative adjustment of individual sound levels, whereas Volume is an absolute adjustment of all levels.
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  4. There's also peak and RMS normalisation ... but we won't go there!!
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