MP3 Normalizer is a small software application whose purpose is to help you normalize MP3 and WAV files with the aid of batch processing operations. It proves to be particularly useful especially when you need to bring your audio files to the same volume and then burn them to a CD.

You are welcomed by a well-organized set of functions that allows you to tweak the dedicated parameters with minimal effort.

Files can be added in the working environment using the built-in browse button, so you cannot make use of the drag-and-drop support. Additionally, you can view information about each file, such as filename, size, and location.

MP3 Normalizer gives you the possibility to build up a list with the audio files that you want to process, remove the selected items from the list, overwrite the original files or pick the saving directory, as well as choose the desired percentage for normalizing the audio files.

On the downside, there’s no support for other audio parameters that could help you adjust the audio channels, bit depth, and bitrate.

During our testing we have noticed that MP3 Normalizer carries out a task quickly. It doesn’t eat up a lot of CPU and memory, so the overall performance of the computer is not affected.

All in all, if you are looking for a straightforward software solution when it comes to normalizing your MP3 and WAV files to the same volume, you can give MP3 Normalizer a try and see what it can do for you.