hendrik on 28 Aug, 2020 02:48 PM
beaTunes merely adds ReplayGain tags, and if Soundcheck is enabled, iTunNORM tags to your files. What a music player like the iPhone does with those tags is outside of beaTunes’ scope.
That said, for the whole thing to work:
- Music.app Soundcheck must be turned on when you analyze the files with beaTunes
- In beaTunes’ General preferences you must turn embedding on before the analysis
- On your iPhone, under Settings -> Music you must turn SoundCheck on
If you are playing files that were not directly copied from your computer (I.e., if you are streaming), it won’t work.
Hi Hendrik,yeah, I followed all your suggestions but still noticing a volume gap when files are played on the Iphone.Pretty strange.Maybe I may change to a directory based library and check the results.Thanks anyway.Best
Il venerdì 28 agosto 2020, 16:48:50 CEST, hendrik <[email blocked]> ha scritto:
hendrik on 29 Aug, 2020 07:11 AM
Does it work on the Music.app, though? I.e. do you see the same gain adjustments there as in beaTunes?
If you don't, please analyze your tracks again, but turn on "Embedding ..." and "Force Overwriting ..." in the general preferences before you do it. And when you select the Audio Normalization task in the Analysis Options dialog, choose "Replace existing replay gain".
Hi Hendrik, thanks for the info. I already followed all your precious instructions.Nevertheless, I think the problem is related to my library that is icloud-based on the iphone.This implies files are not affected by the Apple soundcheck.The only solution is to download the physical files on it, thus replaygain is there.Thanks anyway.
Marco Il sabato 29 agosto 2020, 09:11:11 CEST, hendrik <[email blocked]> ha scritto: