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It is most likely the MP3 itself. It is very common for pirated songs off of programs like LimeWire and such are leveled lower and some are too loud....Other than that, I cannot think of any other reason... :/

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Make sure you are using mp3 gain on the mp3's themselves.

 

After you mp3gain the tracks, regenerate your playlist. The way MP3 gain works is it actually "tags" the file with a decibel level in its ID3. Similar to the way your files get tagged with names and such.

 

 

So tag your mp3's with the decibel levels using Mp3 Gain, then regenerate the M3U file. If that doesn't work, you might try tagging the M3U file (never tried it, but if it works, it would make life a lot easier)

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Hi Buzz,

Use a Tomass Limiter 1.0 (the basic edition) and you're problem gonna get solved all the way

See at WinAmp DSP .. but again choose for the basic version "not" the advanced version because that one can give conflicts if you are using any other plugins / software to enhance your sound.

Be sure .. it gonna work out perfect

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Could also be perceived loudness.. I don't use Mp3gain but that could be setting levels based on peak levels, whereas human hearing is more based on RMS levels. Different tracks can be mastered differently, two side by side might have max levels of 0dB but one could sound much louder than the other.

 

Are you using any processing/DSP/compression, etc, on your stations output? That would really help you out.

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