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November 16, 2008, 03:26:43 PM - ORIGINAL POST -

Our local  ITG machine has the volume really low, and it makes playing nearly all custom songs incredibly difficult. Since we can't control the volume of the machine, we were wanting to boost the gain on our .ogg files in our custom songs so we can at least hear the beats. (Yes, this does work for us, because a handful of our custom songs have high gains and are easy to hear).

I use MP3Gain for many songs, but this won't work on .ogg format. I'd rather not reconvert to MP3, then back to Ogg. This just seems way too redundant. Can someone suggest a program that is as easy to use as MP3Gain, but that works on Ogg files for increasing the volume?
Read November 16, 2008, 05:15:55 PM #1

You can open the files in Audacity and increase the gain to whatever you level is, then re-encode to ogg. It will decrease your quality a minimal amount due to the re-encoding, but when you play in an arcade you won't notice any difference.
Read November 17, 2008, 03:17:21 PM #2

Someone at DDRFreak pointed me to a sweet program called SM2ITG converter that is absolutely amazing. It more-or-less does what I needed.

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