DSP

DSP Options

Normalization
Apply ReplayGain track gain

Normalization allows adjusting the volume of all audio files to the same volume level. Normalization can be used to increase or decrease the amplitude of the audio files. It's useful when you have audio from multiple sources that may have been recorded with different loudness levels and the playback device does not support ReplayGain. Normalization uses EBU R128 loudness calculation algorithm. Default value is +95 dB (ReplayGain -6.00 dB) which is standard setting for Pop / Rock music.

Prevent clipping

Avoid signal to go beyond limits of the sampling space.

Fading
Fade In

Gradually increase the volume from silence at the beginning. Duration can be set to a value between 1 and 10 seconds.

Fade Out

Gradually reduce to silence at the end. Duration can be set to a value between 1 and 10 seconds.

Silence removal / addition
Delete digital silence from the beginning

Removes the digital silence from the beginning of the audio file.

Add silence to the beginning

Adds specified amount of digital silence to the beginning of the audio file.

Delete digital silence from the end

Removes the digital silence from the end of the audio file.

Add silence to the end

Adds specified amount of digital silence to the end of the audio file.