Normalizing songs like a radio does. 2019-05-14 18:06:56 (May be using the incorrect term there. Also, apologies if this isn't the right forum for this topic. Best I could figure.)I'm trying to put together a set of music to play at work and in my car, but I'm running into the problem of the volume levels being all over the place. Some are not so bad, but others are so drastically different that applying any permanent replaygain to them still doesn't get them to the level I want.After looking around, I found the Normalization & Limiting part of this article ( https://ledgernote.com/columns/mixing-mastering/matching-levels-in-home-recordings-for-even-playback/ ) to essentially grasp what I'm trying to do. After applying this method to a track with low volume levels (in this case, Berlin - The Metro from the album Pleasure Victim (first pressing? Regardless, don't think there's been a remastered version)), I found it quite satisfactory. However, it doesn't seem to be a universal method. Some songs that are not as low as the previously mentioned track (like New Order - Blue Monday from Substance 1987), and applying this method directly causes too much loss in information. Moreso the case with tracks that are too loud - they get a severe compression effect.So what I'm wondering is: is there some way to automatically get this target volume right? Does it being so reliant on perceived loudness mean I must do this manually and use trial & error for each song?