Hi guys! Some of you may have heard of a program called 'mp3 Gain', which allows you to balance the volume levels of your mp3 files so that they're all roughly the same. It doesn't remove the dynamics within each track (or each album even), but basically just allows you to control the general playback level of each file. Very handy tool, and I've been using it for years. However, I'm looking for a program that does the same thing for wav files, as mp3 Gain (unsurprisingly) only works with mp3 files. I'm just looking for something simple, where you can load up your wav files, then set the desired 'average' volume level in decibels (or something similar). My multi-track recorder has a hard time mastering songs to an acceptably loud volume, and converting to mp3 causes too much loss in sound quality (so I can't use mp3 Gain). I had a friend in Australia who used to casually master tracks for me (using Pro Tools), but he's in a bad state at the moment so he can't help. I know some amateur audio engineers who could help, but I want to do it myself. I do have Reaper, but I want to avoid mastering in DAWs because I like the objective standard of the decibel measurement in mp3 Gain, and am hoping to use something similar. Thanks heaps in advance for any help you guys can provide!