3DS music player

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5 years ago#1
any way to boost the sound?... it's way softer then normal games in in my headset it's also to silent
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5 years ago#2
switch it to stereo instead of surround if you haven't already.
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5 years ago#3
it helps a bit but not much... is there no way addapt the files?
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5 years ago#4
You could always edit the volume for each file. I did that with a few softer songs and it helped. Of course there's the headphones if you don't mind wearing those.
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5 years ago#5
so how do you do that??

well yeah I have headohones but not one that boosts volume
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5 years ago#6
Download a sound editor. Customize the songs to your liking.
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5 years ago#7
http://mp3gain.sourceforge.net/

This allows you to batch adjust the volume levels of MP3 files. It's pretty awesome to have, because if some of your files are louder than others you can set them all to match a certain volume level so they even out, meaning you don't have to adjust the volume nearly as much. I use it all the time. It's a great little tool, and so much quicker than opening each individual file in Goldwave or something.
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