This tip will show you how to optimize your mp3 ringing volume without compromise any quality. This can be very useful if you want to increase your ringtone volume which despite highest volume in your phone setting it is still soft. The best part is, it does not involve any conversion.
A. First, you need to download and install this software which is MP3Gain at here http://prdownloads.sourceforge.net/mp3gain...use_mirror=nchc
B. Start the program. Click on Add File(s) or Add Folder. Depending on whether you want to normalize all your mp3 at one shot, or you want to normalize them one by one.
Please do this one by one as all mp3s have different volume levels. Unless the songs you want to normalize are from the same album(same encoding).
C. Once selected, you files will appear in the list. Next, you need to click on Track Analysis to see what are the volume for your mp3s.
D. Now, once the analysis is completed. Check the volume of your mp3. A good loud and clear mp3 should have a volume of about 96dB.
E. So, now you know which files needs to be Normalized (a term used to increase/decrease your mp3 volume to the best level). Remove the files that you do not need by clicking on a file and click Clear File(s).
F. Next, change the default "Target Normal Volume" from 89dB to 96dB. However, you can always play around with this figure. Get a setting which best suits your phone/earphones.
G. Finally, once the above has been done. Click on Track Gain.
You have now completed increasing your mp3 volume.