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MP3Gain iTunes question

Hi all,
So I have a huge MP3 collection, I was just wondering if I use MP3Gain in Windows 10 to "normalize" all the audio in my library, if the changes will take effect in iTunes without needing me to do anything else?.

I was thinking of this idea while doing something the other day and it actually exists!, great!. I just need to know this before I try to use it, i dont want to break anything. Thanks.

Re: MP3Gain iTunes question

Reply #1
Yes.  MP3Gain (unlike ReplayGain) changes the MP3 file itself so it's compatible with everything.  

Note that iTunes has Sound Check, which is similar to ReplayGain.