Old 10th October 2014, 13:54   #1
ulysse31
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Volume of the ads is too high!

Hello
I have a request: could you correct the volume of the ads or give a tool in the RMO to control that ? You can see on this pic how higher is the ads' volume (especially the french ones) compared to my program (soundtracks / classical music) ;
it's a real problem for my listeners, and I'd like to give them a better listening experience !
On my side, volume is at his highest.
Thanks for your reply !
Chris

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http://streaming.shoutcast.com/CINEMIX-1
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Old 18th October 2014, 00:13   #2
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Matching Classical Volumes

Thanks for your post and suggestion, Chris.

As you know, classical broadcasters like yourself have more of a challenge when it comes to matching the level of the commercials. The ads that which are part of SHOUTcast monetization service are the same TargetSpot ads which are played by thousands of other AM/FM and internet stations around the world, so they are well produced and normalized to the levels expected by these broadcasters. However we are always looking for ways to make our system sound even better.

In the meantime, I will contact you via our email support system and work with you individually to help match the ad volume on your stream.
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Old 26th October 2014, 21:22   #3
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Thank you for all your help JW !
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