How to Normalize the Volume on an iPod Playlist
By Adam Brown
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.
Tap the Settings icon.
Select "Music" from the Settings menu.
Move the slider corresponding to Sound Check from OFF to ON.
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.