[Your Library] Always Normalize Volume Outside of Album View

Spotify does not normalize a song if it is succeeded by the next track on the album it originates from. This would be expected within the "album view" context, but unfortunately it applies to Liked Songs and playlists as well. This is not desirable as it causes inconsistent volume levels within playlists unrelated to the original album.

 

It seems Spotify's current implementation uses the next song in queue to determine whether to normalize the current song, this can be speculated as the problem can be avoided by enabling shuffle.

 

Please make an implementation or option for normalization that does not enforce the volume level of the album of origin in unrelated contexts such as playlists or Liked Songs.

Updated on 2021-08-04

Hello and thanks for bringing your feedback to the Idea Exchange.

 

We’re closing this idea since loudness normalization is applied when shuffling an album or listening to a playlist. More info on that here.

 

Note: The web player and 3rd-party devices (e.g. speakers and TVs) don’t use loudness normalization.

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Status changed to: Closed - Doesn't Meet Requirements

Updated on 2021-08-04

Hello and thanks for bringing your feedback to the Idea Exchange.

 

We’re closing this idea since loudness normalization is applied when shuffling an album or listening to a playlist. More info on that here.

 

Note: The web player and 3rd-party devices (e.g. speakers and TVs) don’t use loudness normalization.