I'm looking for a way to normalize the volume of my mp3s without having to copy them all onto my computer and back again. Anybody know of an existing app for this? Specifically one that lets you set a target volume level across multiple files.
look into mp3gain– Frames Catherine WhiteMay 24, 2014 at 22:46
That one doesn't seem to support setting a target volume level.– Drazen BjelovukMay 24, 2014 at 23:38
mp3 amplifier is an equivalent to mp3gain, but again, no target volume, only target gain.– VicAcheMay 25, 2014 at 13:33
MP3 Amplifier seems to have a setting for bitrate. I would hope it doesn't re-encode the entire file when all it needs to do is apply a ReplayGain?– Drazen BjelovukMay 25, 2014 at 22:49
@JoshBjelovuk Why do you think mp3gain doesn't support setting a target volume? Its right there– nixdaDec 15, 2014 at 12:54
You can try MP3Gain
- Works with all android media players
- Supports MP3 and OGG
- Can work in the background - keep doing what you're doing and get a notification when MP3Gain is done!
MP3Gain is free for up to 5 songs each session.
Any idea, why nearly two years after your answer Google Play claims that this app is not available in my country? Some regions-specific only piece of software?– trejderJan 18, 2017 at 21:37
2Hi. I'm sorry. I had to remove it from the store :( It wasn't working on a few popular devices. I want to make it opensource now so others can help fixing it for non-working devices. Jan 18, 2017 at 22:25
not sure, if the site is save, but you find some more info here: apkdownload.com/down_MP3Gain/co.codebuffet.mp3gain.html but the download seems not to function. Where @user125756 where did you upload your app?– rubo77Jul 13, 2020 at 4:33