volume problem

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  • #572

    Zortam Support


    I have a question, if I can have a few minutes of your time.

    I have several tracks of the same song. I am trying to figure out a way to
    remove the worse of the tracks. Most of my music is older country, so my
    main concern is “volume”. If I run a volume analyze I get values with + & -
    signs and a few with a value of 0. What I need to know is what these
    numbers translate into.

    My understanding is a – sign means the track volume is “Louder” than the
    89db, and a + sign means the track volume is “Lower”.

    The larger the – number, the louder the music.

    Is this right, or am I looking at it the wrong way?????

    all three tracks have the same bit rate, duration, and file size.

    I hope I have made my question understandable.

    Thanks again for you great program. I use it Daily.

    Thanks for any help you can give me.

  • #1400

    Zortam Support


    89.5 is default normalizaion level. So it is calculated as offset from 89.5 db

    so if normalized to 84.5 db

    89.5 – 84.5 = +5db (needs 5db to be normalizad to default level 89.5db)

    if normalized to 94.5 db

    89.5 – 94.5 = -5db (needs -5db to be normalizad to default level 89.5db)

    Zortam Support

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