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You can batch trim silence at the beginning and the end with Amadeus Pro for Mac OS (need to purchase). You can also normalize (make the same loudness) with Amadeus, but normalization is much more complicated process. There is normalization by the actual loudness of the file and perceived loudness. Amadeus can only provide 'actual loudness normalization'. ...


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For Windows 7/WMP 11, I found an easy workaround. On your USB memory stick, right-click on the music folder you'd like WMP to play songs from. Choose 'Create Shortcut'. In your computer's Music folder in Libraries, paste the Shortcut that is linking to the music folder on the USB drive. In WMP, click on Music in the table of contents on the left-hand ...


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I've been looking for the same thing. Seems to be a series of tools. This one shows the most promise, though it doesn't seem to work off a single WAV/FLAC and a CUE file: https://github.com/spadev/cdrip-tools I've used it very briefly tonight and am pretty happy with it, in conjunction with this little gem from commandlinefu.com: shnsplit -t "%n-%t" -f ...


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Download ID3 Tag Editor. You could edit your files while you're at it. Once you open it up you choose the file and save the file. It will automatically lock the text.


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It seems that it cannot be done this way. The problem is that the VBR header is written to the beginning of the file, but is only calculated at the end of the encoding. This requires seeking in the file, which is not possible if the output is a pipe. I ran an strace on all of the variants above. In the 2nd version (when writing to a normal file), I get the ...


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You can do this using MediaMonkey. When viewing the list of all songs in your library (choose "Songs" in the left pane), there is a column for bitrate, allowing you so sort your library by bitrate. You can then select all of the songs greater than 192 and convert them (Tools > Convert Format). I've done exactly this with my own music library. Make sure to ...



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