How to Normalize the Volume on an iPod Playlist

by Adam Brown
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If you have a large collection of music on your iPod, chances are many of your songs have been recorded at varying volume levels. A very loud track that begins to play after your ears have adjusted to a lower volume can come as quite a surprise and cause temporary discomfort. However, your iPod has a sound check setting that normalizes all songs to an even volume so you can listen to your playlist peacefully.

Step 1

Tap the Settings icon.

Step 2

Select "Music" from the Settings menu.

Move the slider corresponding to Sound Check from OFF to ON.


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About the Author

Adam Brown began his writing career in sports journalism, reporting for his college newspaper, "The Six Mile Post." He is a graduate of Kennesaw State University, earning his Bachelor of Business Administration in management and currently serves as the Business Manager for Belles Organics.

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