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  1. It seems foobar2000 can easily change tag type. Really thanks for your help!
  2. https://docs.google.com/file/d/0B9Dqy1JKdfj8RDZlN0xNQ1AzZ2c/edit https://docs.google.com/file/d/0B9Dqy1JKdfj8V04tY0ZuX3ZMTEk/edit "Geek In The Pink" is one of the four files I feel particularly loud. Other files sound like "Danza Kuduro".
  3. No, no difference between these two as I can tell. And with this setting (Preamp for songs without RG changed from 0dB to -16dB, which is the only difference from my original settings), the four files which sounded much louder now sound slightly lower than other files. I might live with this, at least they're not piercing now. Still don't know if this is the way things should work though.
  4. The four higher-volume files are mp3. Others are mp3, m4a, and also an ape and an flac.
  5. Yes. I don't know how to upload images therefore I can't show you snapshots of my screen. A few minutes ago I copied files to the phone again and then did "full rescan" in Poweramp. (I'm not sure about the exact wording in english because I use traditional chinese UI.) Still no help.
  6. Do you mean this? If it really takes that many operations just to make songs equally loud in this app, I guess it's time to give GoneMAD a try...
  7. In foobar2000 I scaned all my files' track gain and they do all sound equally loud in foobar2000. But copied into the phone, some of them just sound much louder in Poweramp. I'm sure that songs are correctly updated onto the phone, and also that I've set the option as applying track gain. So what did I do wrong? Any help appreciated. And if this helps, it's ok for me to provide my files to you developers for analysis or something like that. Just don't want no more sudden-high-volume-songs piercing into ears while jogging...
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