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NOW I KNOW WHY WE SHOULD SAVE OUR SONGS IN AUDACITY

Discussion in 'How is your display put together...' started by Junior, Dec 9, 2017.

  1. Junior

    Junior Apprentice Elf

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    ¥%£=¥=¥¥=¥₩= lol. From now on ill set volumes in audacity and save and use them songs.

    I learn so much from my first nights display.
     
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    If you have volume issues between different mp3 files you can also put them through a free program called MP3 Gain
    Just enter the files in the program and adjust the gain and it does a batch adjustment to all the files.
    Quick and easy.
     
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    Foobar2000 has replaygain built in. Select all the songs, select replaygain and it's done.
     
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    OzAz Full Time Elf Generous Elf

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    yeah normalizing tracks is a good idea, if you're unsure how to use mp3gain, is a good tutorial
    another tip, if using xschedule, set up some buttons with say 50% and 100% volume. Then you can have volume down when no ones there, turn it up when people arrive, drop it back down when they leave (helps in reducing annoying the neighbours with too much noise :) )
    in xschedule there's also a volume override, where you can reduce volume of particular songs.
     
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    Thank you for the tips guys. Definitely big improvement today.
     

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