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novice asks: can I adjust 'sudio input' (?) when ripping cds

by hondochica / August 7, 2010 7:40 AM PDT

Greetings;

Real novice here needs help!!

Learning all I can about ripping my cd collection. I've about decided on FLAC format. Now . . some of my old cd's were bought via one of those music clubs (can't even remember the name now) and I know that when I play a 'club' cd and a store cd on my stereo, the 'club' cd is always quieter - which is annoying as #$% 'cuz - well - I have to keep playing w/ the volume on my stereo.

So . . . when ripping my cd collection - and perhaps more importantly - when playing my cds via my computer to my stereo (help w/ that appreciated also - haven't gotten that far in my research) - how can I level the input (?) of the sound so that all the music plays at the same volume? does this make sense?

Thanks in advance

hondochica

btw: desktop pc Win 7 haven't bought/downloaded any software yet (e.g. flac)

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Put a check in the Replaygain box in the Flac frontend
by Ed Mead Forum moderator / August 7, 2010 10:32 AM PDT
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re: replaygain . .
by hondochica / August 7, 2010 1:51 PM PDT

AWESOME!! Thanks soooo much! and this looks like a great resource for other info I've been trying to find!

have a great day!

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