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Thread: Add DSP effects when converting if they were in the original file?

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    Add DSP effects when converting if they were in the original file?

    I've ripped a few CDs to flac with the ripper set up as per the guide. I've then batch converted them to MP3 to use in my phone. That all seems to have worked fine but I'm wondering if the DSP effects set up when ripping to flac are carried over with the conversion? I don't think I did anything to set Apply Gain or the like when converting. Most tracks play at an appropriate volume but the are a few that seem quiet.

    Thanks for any help.

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    Re: Add DSP effects when converting if they were in the original file?

    What exact dsp effects did you use when ripping?

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    Re: Add DSP effects when converting if they were in the original file?

    I haven't the computer with me to check just now, but I went with the recommended settings in the ripper set up guide.
    I'll check later when I get home.

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    Re: Add DSP effects when converting if they were in the original file?

    Hi, I opened the ripper up on my computer, I've got ReplayGain & nothing else in DSP effects.

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    Re: Add DSP effects when converting if they were in the original file?

    Replaygain (not the apply) just writes an ID Tag for the player to adjust the volume.

    To play on your phone use Replaygain when converting to write those tags again, and use a replaygain compatible player, such as foobar mobile.

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    Re: Add DSP effects when converting if they were in the original file?

    Ok that's good to know, no big deal to delete those I've converted & do again with the replay gain on.
    Thanks for your help.

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