You may want to increase mp3 volume in case the sound quality of the song is not fine or the volume is too low. An MP3 file that plays too softly can disturb the flow of a solid MP3 playlist. Amplifying your MP3 file to match the levels of your other MP3s can end the problem of having to increase MP3 volume on player when softer songs play.
It makes it really easy to change the bitrates of your mp3 music collection so that the file size can be dramatically reduced. With this advantage it’s possible to put more music on your mp3-player or just to save some disk space.
Even advanced tasks are possible: Downsampling, changing the used channels and so on. With the included presets it’s simpler than ever before to manage all those settings.
Here you can see a short demo of how MP3 Quality Modifier 1.0 works and what it can do.
Best of all is that – unlike other software – the ID3 tags (title, album pictures etc.) will be completely retained without any effort!
> Download MP3 Quality Modifier : Link (319 KB)
Download a copy of Audacity to your computer’s desktop. This free sound-editing software is free and cross-platform, available for Windows, Mac and Linux.
Install the program after it is done downloading but don’t run it just yet. Install a copy of the Lame MP3 codec for Audacity then launch Audacity.
> Download Audacity : Link
If you ever need to quickly amplify the sound level of one of your MP3 songs and don’t want to deal with complex amplifier tools, check out Vloud. It is simple online utility to make MP3s louder.
> Link : Go to Vloud
I am sure these tools will drastically increase mp3 volume and improve mp3 sound quality.