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  1. Normalizing Lossless library

    New user here. Is there a way to scan a music library of lossless files (all in the same format) and normalize them to a standard volume level so they play back without variations in volume/levels? Can this be done by the player or is there software that will analyze each track/file and change its levels and save them? Is there software that will do this when files are converted from one format to another? I'm using OS X but I also have Windows via Parallels. I can go for a solution on either platform. Any help in this matter would be greatly appreciated. Wayne
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