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Discussion in 'All Other Software' started by vanmol, Aug 27, 2003.

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  1. vanmol

    vanmol Thread Starter

    Jun 10, 2003
    Hi Guys Is it possible to (alter) increase or decrease the volume when copying a CD. Not my puter but will get any additional info need for an answer.
  2. dai


    Mar 6, 2003
    i dont think so
  3. gotrootdude


    Feb 19, 2003
    Use this to play the CD on one drive then record live to the second drive.

    Example: CD1 playing in media player (adjust volume here) -> virtual audio cable in -> virtual audio cable out -> recording live to cd with cd burning app.

    Alternately, you can put a patch cable from your speaker out to your line-in on your sound card and record from there. (works best with a splitter on the speaker output so you can here it as it's recording.

    You could also rip the CD to mp3 then use a normalizer to increase or decrease the volume.
  4. slipe


    Jun 27, 2000
    Why not use the wave editor in Nero or the track editor in Feurio with the wave file? You lose quality converting to and from MP3. The Feurio demo is unrestricted and as far as I know still doesn’t expire.

    This is the Feurio blurb on the track editor:

    “The Track Editor is a simple wave editor. With this editor you can e.g. remove/cut the silence at the beginning or end of a track or insert fade-ins and fade-outs.
    Furthermore you can adjust the amplitude of the tracks.
    The great advantage in contrast to a normal wave editor is, that the Feurio!® Track Editor directly works together with the Feurio!® CD Writer: All actions will be done "on the fly", i.e. only the information about the start and end positions, the fadings, the amplitude, etc. will be transferred to the Feurio!® CD Writer and the corresponding actions will be done while burning (so the wave file remains untouched).
    Because of this the wave file doesn't have to be re-saved, so time will be saved. Furthermore the modifications can be undone at any time.
    Last but not least, Feurio!® creates, when reading the tracks the first time, an "overview file", so that the track editor doesn't need to read in the whole wave file when starting (which means that further time is saved).”

    You can probably do the same thing in Nero. I’m just accustomed to Feurio.
  5. angry man

    angry man

    Jan 9, 2004
    If you have nero. copy the CD using the Nero Burning Rom > Recorder > Save Track. Open the wave file with Nero Wave Editor click 'Edit' click 'Select All' or just highlight the portion of the wave you want the volume changed , then go to 'Volume' and change the volume.
  6. JohnWill

    JohnWill Retired Moderator

    Oct 19, 2002
    FYI, the normal peak sampling normalization technique doesn't do all that hot a job, I was pretty unhappy with the results of several applications.
  7. spruce


    Mar 2, 2003
    Check out MP3GAIN.
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