If you are looking for MP3Gain GUI, you have come to the right place. We explain what MP3Gain GUI is and point you to the official download.
What is MP3Gain GUI?
MP3Gain GUI provides the software’s user interface, where clients can manipulate the various functions and features of the program. MP3Gain is an audio tool that is utilized to normalize the audio output of mp3 music files. The file automatically adjusts the volume of the file being played so that the user need not manually control the volume for every song being played.
The difference between MP3Gain and other volume normalizers is that it uses the algorithm implemented in ReplayGain, software developed by David Robinson, to analyze the file’s actual audio output, based on how the sound is received by human ears.
MP3Gain GUI meanwhile, enables the user to easily add or clear music files and folders directly onto the playlist pane. There are four large control buttons on the GUI that provide these options to the user. The interface can be customized, where sizes of the control buttons can be changed; and display buttons and text, or text only, or buttons only; all according to the user’s preference.
The software was first released for beta testing on 2005, while the stable and full version of it was released in 2010. It was developed by Glen Sawyer, and supports different OS platforms.
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File types supported by MP3Gain GUI
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Last updated: : February 10, 2013