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Thread: Applying replaygain vs volume normalisation

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    Applying replaygain vs volume normalisation

    what is the difference?

    If i take a batch of files, first put replaygain tags and then apply replaygain, is it any different from using the volume normalisation dsp?


    Also, like replaygain has the 'album gain' option, why is there nothing similar for volume normalisation? Is volume normalisation same as applying replaygain (track gain)?

    I am only interested in normalisation or applying replaygain, since my player does not read replay gain tags. So which one?

    I understand the original files are altered, but is there some sort of compression involved too in both of these two processes?

    Thanks

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    Re: Applying replaygain vs volume normalisation

    They have the same result.

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    Re: Applying replaygain vs volume normalisation

    Thanks. Just need one help: Would you recommend using the equaliser dsp while ripping, both in foobar and dbpoweramp? I have ripped some elvis using the feature in foobar 2000, and it seems some of the echo and reverb in elvis' voice in the recordings is missing...

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    Re: Applying replaygain vs volume normalisation

    I would not recommend using equalizer.

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    Re: Applying replaygain vs volume normalisation

    Thanks a ton

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