How to increase mp3 volume? You got an mp3 music file with low volume so you want to increase the volume. After you search for a program that can enhance mp3 volume, you might end up with a commercial software that promises many things but later find that it is rather hard to use even for a simple job of making your music volume louder. Even if you manage to find a paid program that can do it well, you might want to check out some free program first to see if the tool is sufficient already for your simple need. So, if you’re looking for a free mp3 volume enhancer program, there are some free tools you can use out there, but the easiest one for average users is probably mpTrim.
mpTrim is not just a freeware, but it is also a portable application, meaning that you can double-click the exe file to run the program without installation. It has quite many features, but increasing mp3 volume can be done easily in 2 simple steps. You can read below to see how to do the task with the program.
How to increase mp3 volume without distortion free with mpTrim for average users
- Download the program from the official homepage.
- Extract the zip file.
- Double click “mpTrim.exe” to launch the program.
- Click “Open” from the menu bar. Browse, select and open the mp3 file. The program displays the mp3 information once you open the file.
- Click the “Auto” button at the Volume Control section, which you can find at the bottom of the main window of the application. The application will analyze the mp3 file to decide the best volume level.
- Now you can save the output. Use the Save As button if you don’t want to overwrite the original mp3 file.
- Optionally, you can use the volume slider at the Volume Control section to manually increase the volume to your desired volume level. However, keep in mind to use it wisely as you might damage the sound instead of enhancing it.
- Since there is no preview feature to find out how the sound becomes after you set a different volume level, you should save the output as a different file instead of overwriting the original one.
- Additional options like the ability to trim mp3 file is also provided. You can use it to remove the silence at the beginning and the end of an mp3 file to reduce its size.
mpTrim is is a freeware designed to work with Windows 7, Vista, XP, 2K, NT4, ME and Windows 98.
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