Track pattern: %album artist% / %album% '[' %genre%[ / %style%] ']'Group header pattern: %title%$tab()%replaygain_album_gain%$tab()%replaygain_track_gain%$tab()%replaygain_album_peak%$tab()%replaygain_track_peak%
Interesting! So a new audio analysis utility is available eh? Alright so let me ask you this if I want to use this instead of RG and then later convert audio tracks with R128 applied how exactly can I do that? Do they use the same tags?
Has anyone listened to these tracks to try and determine which normalization value better matches subjective loudness?
I uploaded 30s FLAC for Ryoji Ikeda and unfortunatelly Noto's only in MP3 copy here: http://www.hydrogenaudio.org/forums/index....showtopic=86598
R128 is way too attenuated to my ears
ReplayGain makes Noto sample way too loud
I prefer ReplayGain for both problematic genres, R128 is way too attenuated to my ears
I doubt romor is comparing 2 versions of the same song (Song A-RG vs. Song A-R128); rather he's saying R128 overly attenuates that genre so it doesn't fit so well with other songs in his collection that R128 has processed. Afterall that's the purpose of equal perceptual loudness (R128 and ReplayGain). romor's statement seems a fair one to me.
You switch between a test sample and reference sample and adjust a fader until the two have the same apparent loudness.
Quote from: romor on 05 February, 2011, 11:54:42 AMR128 is way too attenuated to my earsPlease use your Volume Knob
My test: (2124 tracks/175 albums)