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When travelling I use the Sony WH1000 XM2 Headphones with active noise cancelling. These are the best I could get and afford. Nethertheless it's difficult to listen to dynamic music. A dynamic range compressor might help. https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dynamic_range_compression
Hi. I have noticed, that Replay Gain in Poweramp sometimes not works. If I open settings, go to replay gain settings menu, disable and enable replay gain, it can (not always) start working again. Also, if it stopped working, I can't absolutely hear difference, when I change RG preamp and Tracks-Without-RG-Tags preamp.
I searched and found this thread: http://forum.powerampapp.com/index.php?/topic/1316-soundcheck-option-available/page__p__5259__hl__normalization__fromsearch__1#entry5259 However, it's over a year old and if I understand correctly Poweramp now supports Replay Gain for normalization. Is there a chance that Apple's Sound Check will be supported? Winamp does this by converting Sound Check tags to Replay Gain when syncing. I prefer iTunes over Winamp and Foobar2k, but that's another discussion. /iPhone user, looking over the fence for alternatives
I've moved my music from iTunes PC to my tablet. At that time I did not know much about normalizing in iTunes but processed all mp3 files using mp3gain in order to get a common sound level. Now I realized that iTunes normalization function, which I had enabled while all the files where only played on my PC , stores normalization data in a specific tag as well. So now I wonder, I guess I have TWO sets of normalization data in each file, and which takes precedence when I enable the ReplayGain feature. I also noticed that AAC files, also previously managed in iTunes, plays a a whispering sound level with ReplayGain on, but with normal sound level if I turn ReplayGain off. Can that be an effect of the iTunes hidden gain values?