Equivalent function in GoldWave as with MP3Gain?

Gerardo Corripio

Using MP3Gain for years to help raise the volume on certain MP3 files and folders, but I don’t know if it’s because of windows10 that when using the before-mentioned program, when a file is being worked on, a message pops on about where to save the log file to, which never happened before on Windows7 and below! I’m using a portable version of MP3Gain if it helps any; yu know how on the page, there’s a portable and instalable version; I was never able to install the version onto my Windows10 64Byte, thus decided to stick with the portable one. I was gifted in its time, a GoldWave license, thus I’d like to take full advantage of all waht GoldWave can offer, in which you can work as with MP3Gain, to raise and lower the volume of files, but I’ve not been able to figure out exactly what function within GoldWave’s Volume does the same task as with MP3Gain! What I only want is for the volume to be raised throughout the file, but what it seems to do (be the Automatic Gain and other related funcionts) to raise the volume to certain sounds or areas of the files being workd on! thanks for any tips.

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