Volume Normalizer plugin for XMMS

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Volume Normalizer plugin for XMMS

http://volnorm.sourceforge.net/
an XMMS plugin that is used to give all songs the same volume level.

This is a plugin for the MP3 player XMMS, it does volume normalizing so that you will not need to play with the volume knob whenever a song changes. It will set all songs to a fixed level that you set.





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GPLv2

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4 May 2009




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Baruch Even Maintainer


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This entry (in part or in whole) was last reviewed on 7 January 2017.



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