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Thread: Volume Normalize and Trim Silence

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    Volume Normalize and Trim Silence

    Hello! I've looked at the TuneFusion customizing settings and clicked on the question mark in the app itself to get information but alas... I am a newby to this stuff. Would you help me to find any in depth reading on how to choose which type and configure volume normalizing and correct settings for Trim Silence in TuneFusion??

    My goal is to use TuneFusion as it's intended.. to make my archived music portable but I want the best quality possible and have little to no understanding of levels, the +- numbers involved or what best practices are. Any help is appreciated. Thank YOU!!

    -Barry

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    Re: Volume Normalize and Trim Silence

    The default settings are normally the correct settings for any function if you do not have a specific need to customize.

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    Re: Volume Normalize and Trim Silence

    Hey Spoon! My initial reaction is that it doesn't work as I do have the default DSP for volume normalize in there however upon further thinking.. I believe I may have a different issue. Maybe nothing can be done but just in case you have some thoughts or possible solution.. here goes: This is simple.. Playlists.. I make playlists that bring together several different albums from different artists. some of the tracks are noticeably quieter than others when playing back the playlist. I use Samsung Music player on my Android phone and on my PC I've had MediaMonkey Analyze the volume for all tracks in my collection so there's track volume info there for every single track. I've also selected "Smart Volume" in the Samsung Music app which should do what it says and adjust all tracks to the same volume. I believed that the "smart volume" setting should work if there were track volume info available but it doesn't. Any thoughts on this??

    Thank you, Barry DfaultVM.jpg
    Last edited by badelman; 07-11-2019 at 05:14 PM.

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    Re: Volume Normalize and Trim Silence

    That will volume normalize it, another option is to try a different player - foobar2000 mobile will apply the volume normalize on playback.

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    Re: Volume Normalize and Trim Silence

    Spoon, unsure exactly what your last reply means however I've gone ahead and added "ReplayGain (apply)" for Track and set the check box to calculate missing values. And am checking out Foobar2000 player as well as VLC as well as they both seem to support ReplayGain and that appears to be the solution to:

    "I make playlists that bring together several different albums from different artists. some of the tracks are noticeably quieter than others when playing back the playlist AFTER SYNCING W/TuneFUSION. I use Samsung Music player on my Android phone and on my PC I've had MediaMonkey Analyze the volume for all tracks in my collection so there's track volume info there for every single track." Thoughts?

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