Alternatives to MP3Gain for all platforms with any license

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    iVolume

    iVolume calculates the volume perceived by the human ear for each song of your iTunes music collection. Thereby it gets the most out of the approved Replay Gain algorithm and adjusts your songs accordingly. It integrates...

    Commercial Mac Windows

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    wxMP3gain

    A free automatic mp3 volume normalizer. MP3Gain analyzes and adjusts mp3 files so that they have the same volume. There is no quality lost in the change because the program adjusts the mp3 file directly, without decoding and...

    Open Source Windows Linux PortableApps.com

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    soundKonverter

    soundKonverter is a frontend to various audio converters. The key features are: Audio conversion. En-/decoding. Replay Gain. CD ripping. It is extendable by plugins and supports many backends. It supports reading and writing...

    Open Source Linux BSD

    • It's just a front-end that supports multiple converters that need to be installed separately, including an MP3Gain-like engine, which may not even be possible to install as-is on Linux, so it's misleading to say that because soundKonverter works on Linux it's a Linux equivalent to MP3Gain. It's far from such a thing. Guest • Nov 2016 Disagree   Agree
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    Normalize

    Normalize is a command line utility used to normalize the audio levels of audio files.

    Open Source Windows Linux

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  • QMP3Gain icon

    QMP3Gain

    Graphical user interface front end supporting MP3Gain engine which analyzes and losslessly adjusts mp3 files to a specified target volume. A complete re-creation (made in QT4) of the original MP3Gain GUI, however it can be run on more...

    Open Source Mac Windows Linux

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    easyMP3Gain

    Graphical User Interface (GUI) for MP3Gain, VorbisGain and AACGain (enables you to modify the loudness level of mp3, ogg, and mp4 files) / Frontend for MP3Gain. Downloads: https://sourceforge.net/projects/easymp3gain/files/

    Open Source Linux

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    • Works right out of the box, has the same interface layout, plus it supports two other formats in addition to MP3 Guest • Nov 2016 Disagree   Agree
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    AACGain

    AACGain is a modification to Glen Sawyer's excellent mp3gain program. It supports AAC (mp4/m4a/QuickTime) audio files in addtion to mp3 files. AACGain normalizes the volume of digital music files using the Replay Gain...

    Open Source Windows Linux

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  • MP3 Normalizer icon

    MP3 Normalizer

    Improve the quality of MP3 collections by adjusting volume and applying audio effects.

    Commercial Mac

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    QtGain

    QtGain is a simply frontend for MP3Gain, VorbisGain, AACGain and Metaflac which analyses and adjusts your media files so that they have the same volume without the need to reencode the files. With QtGain you can simplify this job...

    Open Source Linux

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MP3Gain Comments

Use foobar2000 to add ReplayGain tags to MP3's, it's the be ...

Comment by ATx
about MP3Gain Jun 2011

Use foobar2000 to add ReplayGain tags to MP3's, it's the best application for that job, at the moment.

It also supports Unicode, so is an alternative to MP3Gain for filenames with non-ANSI characters.

Drag&drop MP3's => Select files => Right-click: ReplayGain => Scan ... => Update File Tags Done!

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Doesn't support Unicode, filenames with international chara ...

Comment by ATx
about MP3Gain Jun 2011

Doesn't support Unicode, filenames with international characters are not supported. Using MP3GainGUI.exe front end.

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I used this a lot on windows, but on linux this is built in ...

Comment by Aaron
about MP3Gain Jun 2011

I used this a lot on windows, but on linux this is built into the Sound Konverter program, so I just use that instead.

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