Audio Normalizer

Developer: effectmatrix

Current Version: 1.0.0

Last Updated: 1 year ago

Download Size: 8.8 MB - Download

Description:

Best Alternative to Mp3Gain for Mac.

Audio Normalizer ensures that all your songs could be controlled and adjusted to the same volume level. Most popular audio file formats like mp3, aac, wav, flac, wma, m4a, ac3, au and ogg are supported.

Are you tired of constantly adjusting your music's volume? Is it annoying? Download Audio Normalizer now.

Features:
1 Adjust the volume of single audio file.
2 Equalize multi-audio files to the same volume with just a click of the mouse!
3 Supports batch processing.
4 Supports mp3, aac, wav, flac, wma, m4a, ac3, au, ogg files.
5 You can custom volume level.
6 Awesome Usability: All the features above are fun and incredibly easy to use through a modern and clear user interface.

Please note that volume of DRM-protected files can not be analyzed and adjusted.

Feedback:
Any suggestion will be appreciated, support email: [email protected]

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Most Helpful Reviews

5/5
Version 1.0.0
Review by gimliu

Very useful! - Great volume control app. I have never worry about the volume of songs in my MP3 is too loud or too lowish with it! Love it...

Found helpful by 12 out of 12 people
1/5
Version 1.0.0
Review by wwFest

Gambled…and lost. - I DJ as a hobby and was looking for a normalizing program to make all my tracks sound similar in volume. This program advertised/explained itself better than any other so I purchased it, trusting the program did what it claimed. …it didn't. While trying to analyze my songs, the program crashed every time. Since I was unable to even begin the normalizing process, I have no reason but to rate Audio Normalizer with 1 star. I do not understand a (or many) developers decisions to release a program before it is triple- or quadruple-checked for errors and bugs. The Mac App store is FULL of gambles that when discovered to be faulty are held to no repercussions other than a poor review. I understand mistakes are made and bugs are unforeseen, but so many faulty programs lends the App Store as a marketplace to potentially take advantage of customers. I hope to discover the developers are dedicated to their product and quickly improve the performance.

Found helpful by 13 out of 29 people

More Reviews for Current Version

5/5
Version 1.0.0
Review by RestonFlagg

Does what is says - Ths app works fine for me. I have had no problems with it, but I am not trying to process my entire library at one time. I have processed 20-30 songs at a time without any trouble. The ANALYZE feature lets you see waht the results are going to be for each cut before to commit to processing.

Found helpful by 8 out of 8 people
5/5
Version 1.0.0
Review by MD in MA

Does what it says it does. - Simple. Works.

Found helpful by 4 out of 4 people
4/5
Version 1.0.0
Review by Js20012500

Good but…. - This app does what I want, but not as easy as MP3 Gain in windows. I’ve only used it on MP3s. It does a good job once you get it to actually do it. As others have written I had problems with it crashing. I discovered by trial and error that if you just process the files you’re OK, but if you analys them first it is more likely to crash. I still gave it 4 stars since once done the result is great.

Found helpful by 3 out of 3 people
2/5
Version 1.0.0
Review by scott_in_Houston

One by one by one by one... - Be aware that you can’t just drag and drop your library into this app. You’ll have to drop each file or each folder individually — and then the app saves the modified file to a different folder. If you’re using iTunes to manage your library, as I am, this one-by-one process would take weeks and make a serious mess of your music. It’s only $5 but be aware before you throw away $5 like I did.

Found helpful by 3 out of 15 people
4/5
Version 1.0.0
Review by Miss Lan

Best Alternative to MP3 Gain on a Mac - The previous reviewer gave this app one star for crashing. Well, it will crash if you try to load a big folder. A minor hassle, but if you keep it to doing 50 tracks or less at a time, you should be fine. If you do that, you will find this program works very well as I have. Actually, this is the best I have found to MP3 Gain that I loved when I had a Windows machine. To make sure it was adjusting as it said it was, I toook the adjusted tracks from this program and put it on a flash drive. I then put the flash on my old Windows machine and loaded them in MP3 Gain and they were read at the right dB volume and that program did not need any adjustment. The only two things making this not a 5 star in my opinion are: 1) Would like to see it be able to process more than 50 files loaded without locking up 2) Having a choice of having the adjusted file save to the folder it came from instaed of selecting a specific folder Regardless, this is the best Normalizer in the app store and I have tried them all...

Found helpful by 26 out of 27 people
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