Date Added:Jul. 13, 2004
Price:Free to try (10-file trial); $19.95 to buy
Downloads Last Week:7
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I can honestly say that it did change the volume of at least one of the tracks I ran through it.
Though it did change the volume, it distorted the track horribly. The track in question went from CD quality to sounding like it was being played back to me through a tin can telephone. Disapointed does not begin to explain my feelings on this product.
Easy to use, if only it did anything.
On the demo, I tried two tracks from two CDs, one loud and the other low. I put together CDs for parties and noticed the low-volume track to be notoriously low. After normalizing the files using the software, I burned them to disk, and also burned a "before" control copy. I could tell no difference between the two. The low-volume track sounded the same on both test CDs.
After editing one mp3, I compared the result with it's original. No difference at all.
Reply by zipcat29 on July 16, 2005
This software is worthless.
Like it says. I only did one track but it did improve the overall sound level about 20%. I dont know if it distorted the sound quality as the track was already somewhat fuzzy. Simple function and application.
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|Publisher web site||http://www.mp3-soft.com|
|Release Date||July 13, 2004|
|Date Added||July 13, 2004|
|Category||MP3 & Audio Software|
|Operating Systems||Windows 98/Me/NT/2000/XP|
|Additional Requirements||Windows 98/Me/NT/2000/XP/2003 Server|
|Downloads Last Week||7|
|License Model||Free to try|