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Normalization | Audio files


All mp3 files in the downloadable music album have different name formats or empty info tags. AudiQ is a very easy-to-use application that allows you to format mp3 filenames in any way you like. The application also enters the information for each song from the file name in the ID3 tag. Normalizes the audio library.

https://sourceforge.net/projects/audiq/

Will be posted at Audio, freeware, open source, PC, software, Windows
Tagged filename, normalization, spanish, tagging

Demlo is the organizer of the music library.You can encode, modify cases, and change folders.
Hierarchy according to tags or file properties, tags from online databases,
Copy the cover, ignoring duplicates or anything below the quality threshold,
Much more. It allows you to manage your library evenly,
Dynamically. You can create your own rules that best suit your needs.
Demlo can handle any of these recurring music library issues (and others).

  • Fix the lack of folder structure.
  • Normalize the tags, fix the case, and choose which tags to keep and which to discard.
  • The processing of lossy audio and lossy audio is different.
  • mp3id3tags Handle hell …
  • Process multiple covers, resize covers, embedded or external, or both
    Throw away the poor quality ones.

gitlab.com/ambrevar/demlo

Will be posted at Audio, freeware, Linux, open source, PC, software, Unix
Tagged artwork, GNU, libraries, normalization, tagging

MAnalyzer is an advanced spectrum analyzer and sonogram with unique features such as smoothing, normalization, super-resolution, pre-filtering and anharmonicity. The included meters provide a peak meter and an EBUR128 and ITU-R BS1770-3 compliant loudness meter.

MAnalyzer00.v1

www.meldaproduction.com/MAnalyzer

Will be posted at Audio, freeware, Mac, PC, software, Windows
Tagged analysis, EBUR128, meter, normalization, peak, ultrasonography, spectrum, VST

Dynamic audio normalizer Library Advanced The purpose of audio normalization. Apply a certain amount of gain to the input audio to bring the peak magnitude to the target level (for example, 0 dBFS).However, in contrast to the more “simple” normalization algorithms, Dynamic Audio Normalizer Dynamically Readjust the gain factor of the input audio. This allows you to apply additional gain to the “quiet” section of the audio while avoiding distortion and clipping the “large” section. In other words, Dynamic Audio Normalizer “equalizes” the volume of quiet and large sections in the sense that the volume of each section is at the same target level.However, keep in mind that Dynamic Audio Normalizer achieves this goal. None Apply “Dynamic Range Compression”.Maintains 100% dynamic range within Each “local” area of ​​the audio file.

The· Dynamic audio normalizer It can be used as a small stand-alone command line utility and as an effect for SoX audio processors and FFmpeg audio / video converters. In addition, you can integrate it into your favorite DAW (Digital Audio Workstation) as a VST plug-in or into your favorite media player as a Winamp plug-in. Last but not least, the “core” library can be easily integrated into your custom application thanks to a simple API (application programming interface). The “native” API is written in C ++, However, the language binding C99 Microsoft .NET, Java, Python And Pascal It is provided.

muldersoft.com/#dyauno
github.com/lordmulder/DynamicAudioNormalizer

Will be posted at Audio, freeware, open source, PC, software, Unix, Windows
Tagged ARCH, CentOS, Fedora, ffmpeg, Linux, Normalization, Plugins, sox, Ubuntu, VST, Winamp

ANMP, like the other 100,000 units, aims to be a versatile and lightweight audio player. Written in C ++ 11. Being just a front end, ANMP itself knows nothing about the audio format and how to decode it. Therefore, use a third-party library to decode them. ANMP is particularly good at using VgmStream, GameMusicEmu, LazyUSF and native support for looped songs. Suitable for playing various audio formats of video games. In addition, it supports looped MIDI tracks.

Major features:

  • Mute multi-channel audio files
  • Gapless playback (for most streaming audio formats)
  • Any (forward) loop of the song (ie a nested loop)
  • MIDI file composition using Fluidsynth
  • Multi-channel audio rendering
  • Overlapping notes do not kill each other
  • Expand a looped MIDI track
  • Volume response compatible with N64 software synths
  • Supports IIR lowpass filters compatible with Rareware’s N64 games (Conkers Bad Fur Day, Jet Force Gemini)
  • Cue sheet support
  • Support for audio normalization based on EBU R128
  • Publish basic commands via D-Bus

aimp

github.com/derselbst/ANMP

Will be posted at Audio, freeware, Linux, open source, PC, players, software, Unix
Tagged cue sheet, D-Bus, Debian, EBUR128, fluidsynth, games, gapless, MIDI, multi-channel, normalization

LASTAR is a batch (non-interactive) audio processor for batch loudness adjustment and file splitting of audio recordings using an audio transmissive maximizer.

Contrary to the usual software available, loudness normalization is performed with signal power. This results in louder, more uniform results than normal “peak” normalization, especially in live recordings.

Its purpose is to:

  • Divide, equalize, and normalize digitized analog tape or vinyl
  • Split, equalize, and normalize live recordings from the microphone (ZOOM H2 recording, etc.)
  • Fast and uniform normalization of filegroups (compilation, etc.)
  • Loudness and dynamic reduction for listening in a noisy environment (car …)
  • And so on…

This software is intended to be very fast and easy to use. It implements the most efficient computing techniques and has few parameters to set (most parameters are adjusted automatically by analyzing the file).

It is embedded:

  • Automatic RMS normalizer,
  • Automatic gain controller (compressor)
  • 10 band automatic equalizer
  • 3-band semi-parametric equalizer
  • File splitter
  • Noise gate
  • Preset management
  • Preview function.

www.arthelion.com/index.php/en/windows-en/lastar
sourceforge.net/projects/lastar

Will be posted at Audio, freeware, open source, PC, software, Windows
Tagged batch, CLI, editing, editor, Linux, normalization, splitter

WaveShop is a free open source audio editor for Windows XP / Vista / 7/8 32-bit and 64-bit. WaveShop is fast, lightweight and bit perfect. That is, the sample does not change unless needed. Editing a part of an audio file affects only that part. The rest of the file has not changed. Audio blocks can be cut and pasted without any changes. This is especially useful when patching a completed master without breaking the dither. Waveshop features include peaks, RMS, spectrum analysis, normalization, fades, sample rate conversion, audio generation, plug-ins, etc., all of which can be undone unlimited and provide comprehensive help. ..

waveshop-main window

waveshop.sourceforge.net/
sourceforge.net/projects/waveshop/

Will be posted at Audio, freeware, open source, PC, software, Windows
Tagged analytics, DAW, editor, extensible, normalization, RMS, spectrum, SRC, Vista, Win7, Win8, WinXP

Loud Gain is a versatile ReplayGain 2.0 loudness normalizer based on the EBU R128 / ITU BS.1770 standard (-18 LUFS), supporting FLAC / Ogg / MP2 / MP3 / MP4 / M4A / ALAC & Opus audio files. It uses the well-known mp3gain command line syntax, but does not change the actual audio data.

Exactly what you’ve always wanted: a combination of the best of mp3gain, ReplayGain 2.0 and Linux. Spread the word!

github.com/Moonbase59/loudgain

Will be posted at Audio, freeware, Mac, open source, PC, software, Unix
Tagged Linux, loudness, music, normalization, ReplayGain

TAudioConverter is an audio converter and extractor. You can convert almost any audio format to aac, ac3, mp3, flac, wav, ogg, opus, mpc. SoX is used to apply effects such as normalization and volume changes. You can also extract and encode an audio stream from a video file. Video files containing multiple audio streams are supported. You can run up to eight concurrent processes to reduce encoding time.

TAudioConverter

ozok.users.sourceforge.net
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Hydrogen audio topic
Doom9 topic

Will be posted at Audio, freeware, open source, PC, software, Windows
Tagged conversion, conversion, deprecation, extraction, normalization, sox, video

VLevel keeps the music from popping out of your seat and you don’t have to constantly mess with the volume. It is different from other dynamic compressors because it looks ahead. VLevel knows your music from the bottom of your heart and can be thought of as someone who turns up the volume in quiet passages, but turns it down smoothly when you hear loud sounds. Great for making CDs to listen to in the car or playing background music on your computer.

Vlevel

vlevel.sourceforge.net
Hydrogen audio topic
Hydrogen audio wiki

Will be posted at Audio, Foobar2000, freeware, open source, PC, software, Unix
Tagged DSP, foobar component, LADSPA, Linux, normalization

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