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  1. Re: ReplayGain LUFS Target Volume in CD Ripper, is not the same as in Batch Converter

    After thinking it over, I decided to standardize on a EBU R128 LUFS Target Volume of -20. This is a compromise between a value of -23 and -18. With this, when playing music, there will be less...
  2. Re: ReplayGain LUFS Target Volume in CD Ripper, is not the same as in Batch Converter

    Sorry for my double post.

    @schmidj: Thank you for your impressive post.

    I agree that excessively wide dynamic range doesn't always equal "quality". But I do consider a lot of clipping...
  3. Re: ReplayGain LUFS Target Volume in CD Ripper, is not the same as in Batch Converter

    @Spoon:
    You are completely right. I just didn't look in the DSP tab when I had to. My bad.

    @schmidj:
    I want to choose just one LUFS Target Volume for all my music, including classical music. The...
  4. Re: ReplayGain LUFS Target Volume in CD Ripper, is not the same as in Batch Converter

    @Spoon:
    You are completely right. I just didn't look in the DSP tab when I had to. My bad.

    @schmidj:
    I want to choose just one LUFS Target Volume for all my music, including classical music. The...
  5. ReplayGain LUFS Target Volume in CD Ripper, is not the same as in Batch Converter

    In the ReplayGain Advanced dialog box of dBpoweramp Batch Converter (Windows R17.1), I set the EBU R128 LUFS Target Volume to -23. After that, when using the batch converter, adding ReplayGain tags...
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