Increasing the volume of a MP3 while keeping the audio information intact is harder then I thought it would be. It
wasn’t as simple as turning up my speakers or increasing the volume through my computer. Every time I tried these
ways it created a poor sounding file that left a lot to be desired. Why is it so hard to increase the volume of a
MP3 while keeping the quality of the file intact?
I looked through many forums trying to find a solution, I tried many different programs in the hopes that they
would solve my volume problem but they either were too slow and hard to use or created a poor sounding file in the
process. I kept trying programs until I came across a program called MP3 Doctor PRO. Once I started using this, I was
relieved of all my audio problems.
With MP3 Doctor PRO I was able to increase the volume of a MP3 while keeping the quality of the song perfect. It didn’t destroy the audio information and I was left with a great sounding MP3 that was loud enough to wake the neighbors.
After going through all the trouble I had with the previous programs I didn’t know that it would have been as easy
as it is with MP3 Doctor PRO to increase the volume of a MP3 and be left with a great sounding file. I found that MP3
Doctor is the one of the only programs that uses a certain algorithm to increase the volume of a file whilst
keeping the key information of the audio un touched.
After increasing the volume of my MP3 I tried to see what else MP3 Doctor PRO could do. I also found that some of my
songs in my music library were a lot quieter then others, while some were much louder then others. I didn’t realize until I started asking questions on the internet that this was quite common and that many people had the same
problem. I found that I could fix this With MP3 Doctor as well. I found that I could normalize the levels of my
entire collection and now my entire library sounds better then ever. No more incredibly loud and incredibly quiet
songs on the same album, I now have an entire collection of normalized MP3′s that sound better then the CD they
came on, and all because of a free program.
I never knew that there were so many common problems with MP3 files today that could be fixed with a simple program like MP3 Doctor PRO.