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Question: Hello. I have like 300-400 of audio files. I want to normalize all of them. Is there any way in REAPER (or in any other software?) to batch normalize all of them. I really like the built-in normalize feature in REAPER but it will take me months to normalize those 300-400 audio files one by one.
Asked by Abhi (220.158.145.x) on December 1 2018, 6:13am
Reply on December 1 2018, 2:30pm (edited at December 1 2018, 2:31pm):
    Sure, there are probably a dozen ways. Here's the first that comes to mind:
    1. Create a new project.
    2. Insert all of the files
    3. Select all items
    4. Go to media item properties (F2), set fade lengths to 0, choose OK.
    5. Normalize (Cmd/Ctrl + Shift + N)
    6. Open batch converter
    7. Click "Add...", then choose "Add selected media item(s)"
    8. Change output directory to somewhere you want
    9. Change file name to be "$source" (without the quotes)
    10. Change sample rate to (source), channels to (source)
    11. Change output format to desired output foramt...
    12. Start convert!

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