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One major downside of Grooveshark is that the songs vary wildly in volume. Constantly adjusting is annoying and occasionally painful (if it goes from a quiet song to a loud one). Is there any way to do volume normalization?

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For now I'm using this very useful AutoHotkey script with a step of 1% to make things a bit simpler, but normalization would be ideal. – Matthew Read Feb 6 '12 at 21:11

I haven't found anything that works with Grooveshark specifically, but I did find these tips at How To Geek useful.

Hope that helps you.

Also, this articles gives a bit more information on the whole normalisation process, its merits, etc.

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