Re: [LAU] Basic Bash/Find and batch CLI questions.

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To: Kaza Kore <dj_kaza@...>
Cc: linux-audio-user@lists.linuxaudio.org <linux-audio-user@...>
Date: Sunday, March 23, 2014 - 11:18 am

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I recently used a CLI program called mp3gain to normalize the replay gain
tag of some of my mp3s and found it fairly painfree. I'm not familiar
enough with find -exec etc. to help with your first query, though.

James

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And whi=
le I'm here... As you can probably see the collection here is for tryin=
g to get a laptop DJ set together, for which I plan to use Mixxx. Firstly, =
does Mixxx support the Replay Gain Tag in mp3s (I think that's the righ=
t name.) If so it would obviously make sense to set all tracks to a similar=
RMS. What would be the best software with which to do this? First I would =
want to find the loudest section (of say 2-5 seconds long, not the whole so=
ng and not too short to catch something like brief feedback as being the ca=
libration level) and then take the RMS value of that section and set the Re=
play Gain so that all of these match a reasonable value.
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help with your first query, though.James

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[LAU] Basic Bash/Find and batch CLI questions., Kaza Kore, (Sun Mar 23, 6:25 am)
Re: [LAU] Basic Bash/Find and batch CLI questions., Clemens Ladisch, (Sun Mar 23, 1:00 pm)
Re: [LAU] Basic Bash/Find and batch CLI questions., Kaza Kore, (Sun Mar 23, 1:50 pm)
Re: [LAU] Basic Bash/Find and batch CLI questions., James Mckernon, (Sun Mar 23, 11:18 am)
Re: [LAU] Basic Bash/Find and batch CLI questions., James Morris, (Sun Mar 23, 10:19 am)