ddvideo video to mp4gain can help you convert any videos or audio files to mp4,avi mp3 etc video and audio format.
with a great volume gain option in the software.which can normalize video or audio files at the same sound level(adjust volume from 75db to 105db)also keep the original video size and support mp3gain,mp4gain.very great.
I used to use Cakewalk Pyro for this and it was easy. Now I have no clue what to do. I want to:
1 - Arrange a bunch of tracks in order
2 - Adjust the volume of each track INDIVIDUALLY (NOT using a "normalize" feature) WHILE STILL SEEING all the other tracks (so I can test the volume of track 10 against track 3 very quickly)
3 - Use a gain/volume meter of some sort when adjusting volume
4 - Burn my CD or resave all tracks so that I can burn my CD in another software
I have GoldWave and I know I can open each track individually and have 10 windows open to accomplish this.
Is there any software that will allow me to do this in one window while still keeping each track distinct from the next? I have SONAR for example, but I don't want to import a bunch of songs to save as one file. I want to have the CD player count each new track as a new track.