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Volume leveling when burning


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mintchip

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I recently purchased a music file that has a very low volume level, and I don't know why. There is apparently something wrong with the file, so I attempted to download it again, but it was the same. Window's Media Player has a feature for "volume leveling across tracks", which I have enabled, so hoping that would work, I burned a CD, but it accomplished nothing.. Why didn't this work? What is the point of this feature if it doesn't work? As a result, I have several tracks by the same artist on a CD, with one that is only half the volume of the others. It's awful. How can I correct this? I have no way to get my money back for the flawed file. That is one of the drawbacks of purchased downloadable music. Does anyone have any suggestions?
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Boy, for some reason this "Video and Audio" section is always one of the most inactive areas of the forum. Doesn't anyone know how to level the volume on tracks when burning, or why WMP does not work effectively for this, even though it has the feature? Are there any tweaks that can be done? :) Maybe I should be posting this in the Windows section, instead of this dead zone that seems to get mostly SPAM.
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