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Great "Gain" program for you guys to get all tracks the same volume

I have been looking for a while to add some volume to my older disco, motown, 80's tracks being I have to crank my mixer gain when I am jumping through genres and have little head room in the mixer, Serato did a great job at this where you can set the auto gain to a set DB and it play played all the tracks at that volume,

anyway, MP3 gain was my favorite tool for this but it fails a lot on the mac version and you cannot drag from RB into MP3 gain

For $5 in the app store I found "Smart Gain", You can go to a RB playlist, highlight all and drag into the gain program, it quick analyzes, you select "auto detect" and it gives you a visual of the new gain, if you like it, you hit apply. 

I like it mainly because it is all wave visual based instead of dealing with some tracks needing   + or- a certain DB value. I did about 200 tracks and they all sound great now.

No, this does not make your track more clear, it just adds a little gain value without having to convert the file

 

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But what dos this program do? Boost al your tracks. Compres it the hell out it.

I don't think its a good idea.

 

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It just raises the track a little. Not compressing anything. It's good for old tracks from the 70s and 80s that people may have ripped from vinyl too that are a little low. You can get a little more gain out of them, same as if u wee just manually raising the gain on ur mixer. Some tracks I had to crank my gain all the way up to get it even with a newer tracks volume level. This sinter same as what Serato does pretty much with their auto gain feature. I ran a bunch of tests and it sounds great. A lot if people already use mp3gain with no issues, this is just a better version them that and easier to use.

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for example, Here is one track I did, Old Queen song I had to use for a client and the original was sooooooo low and I had to raise the mixer to 10 for it match volumes. I attached before and after shots. this one was raise +4db from the original without converting the track or anything, it just changes the tags output number

 

this is from the purchase info

 

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Smart Gain automatically selects the best volume level for each file, causing all files to be played back at the same volume level. Manual adjustment of amplification offers a way to amplify quietly recorded tracks, such as a voice recording, to an appropriate level. Changes made to the amplification level are immediately reflected in the file waveform, enabling you to achieve the best result effortlessly.

You have the option to change the volume level of an entire file or its fragment. This lets you amplify quietly recorded fragments without changing the overall volume level of the file.

Automatic Equalizer

Smart Gain allows you to equalize all of your audio files to the same volume with just a click of the mouse!

Amplify Quiet Fragments

Amplify quiet fragments without changing the overall volume level of the file.

Manual or Automatic — Your Choice

Smart Gain allows you to choose between automatic or manual detection of sound levels.

Visualize the Sound

Volume levels are visually represented in waveform, so you can see the sound levels, as well as hear them.

MP3 & AAC

Smart Gain supports both AAC and MP3 formats.

Pre-Listening Made Easy

Smart Gain features a built-in player, making pre listening simple and easy.

No Conversion Necessary

Equalize your audio files without having to convert them! By normalizing your files without converting them, Smart Gain allows you to retain the original quality and metadata of all your audio files.

Undo & Redo

Undo and Redo operations are always possible to return to the previous step or repeat an operation.

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