Hello there audiophiles. I am looking to get your take on a little problem I am having. The issue is to find a loudness/RMS based batch normalization tool (just for batch volume normalization) that is not WaveLab. I heard that Sequoia/Samplitude would have this feature. But looking over the PDF-manual it seemed to have it, and yet not have it! Let me be more specific regarding my issue: 1. I have multiple recorded files, of a sampled key-instrument 2. they all need to be in the same level (perceptual level) 3. they can thus not all just be normalized from a peak level standard (i.e. at -3 db or similar) 4. they should not be limited (dynamically limited or clipped) 5. they should not be altered dynamically in any way what so ever 6. these are stereo audio files, and the stereo-relationship is not to be changed either 7. they need to be level normalized based on RMS and short-term loudness levels, not according to some broadcast standard, as this is determined by longer audio parts (over a program or so for television). My files are all under 1 minute in length and need to be processed by a tool that can look at about 1,5 second of the peak audio material and from this intervall process audio files across a batch out of these values. Wavelab is my go-to for this kind of thing, but last I tried with that program, I ended up with stereo phase errors. Wavelab had changed my Left and Right channel individually, based on my settings. There was no setting for dual mono or stereo-file relationship, and this is where I am right now. Can anyone help me in finding the right tool? Thanks a lot.