Developer's comments suggest he doesn't understand the concept behind adjusting the volume of individual tracks.
hint: if it's not analyzing the perceived loudness of tracks, then it's not particularly useful.
The kid has a point. What do you want for nothing? Besides, the standard Applescript icon is as ugly as home-made sin.
If something can be done with Applescript, it can be done with Applescript. There´s no need to wrap every possible script into an app. You´ve cluttered Macupdate with eight (?) releases in a weekend - please learn something from the user reviews and put your energy on something useful.
But all my software are simple to write and compile so I can develop them in a day.
I don't understand the point of this. If it's not doing any analysis (which, from the looks of it, and the description, it's not), why would you want to do a batch change of the volume adjustment when each song needs a different adjustment to maintain a similar overall volume level.
This seems utterly pointless to me.
keep listening a music and with the application set the volume to +100... you will realize that the volume of the song is higher.
Now I'm relasing a new version...
Right...and with the volume adjustment slider at +100%, you get lots of crackling due to clipping. IMO the relative volume adjustment for all songs should be left at 0. The correct way to adjust playback volume is with SoundCheck, preferably after using iVolume to update the SoundCheck values after doing a more thorough analysis than iTunes does.
Yes but how much cost use iVolume for example?
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