It seems like some songs play in different volume.
I'm not sure this is Spotify but the recording itself, but there shouldn't be to hard to "normalize" all songs so they play at the same volume (like in iTunes).
It's a bit annoying when one song is really low and you turn the volume up just to make the next song blast through your speakers when that one starts.
A volume normalization option for mobile devices has already been suggested here:http://community.spotify.com/t5/Spotify-Ideas/Volume-normalization-for-mobile-devices/idi-p/13337Add your kudos there please - Ideas will be merged and kudos transferred soon! ;)
There's a 'set the same volume level for all tracks' option in the Preferences. Have you tried this out?
How about on the iPhone-app?
Yeah, it's pretty annoying listening to the Spotify Radio for example on the iphone. One track is a comfortable listen, the next is too low; the next you get blasted. It's actually a health and safety issue given the the usual delivery of audio on the iphone is via headphones (and that the lower volume track naturally encourages you to turn up the volume).
Yes, "Set the same volume level for all tracks" works fine with the desktop-version, but I am still missing this feature in the iPhone-app (I have no clue about Android and other desktop-versions.)
It would be extremely nice to also have a way to set a volume multiplier on certain tracks. Some tracks are quiet by their nature which blows normalization out. "Play -2.0x to +2.0x" volume slider would be amazing.
To be clear: I have normalization turned on and some tracks are just too quiet for it to work properly. Take for example "Guillaume Tell: Overture" by Zagreb festival Orchestra and compare it to pretty much any Slayer song. One or the other coming up randomly in your playlist is going to make for either silence or blown out speakers.
It's not alright on desktop version, I have local files, everybody have local files that are not in spotify, and that "same volume" option doesn't work with them. Annoying!
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