How to Adjust the Silence Between Songs in Winamp

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Some MP3 recordings may have long periods of silence at the beginning or end of the song. If you enter one of these periods of silence while playing music on your computer, this forces you to bring the MP3 player up and skip to the next track to continue hearing music. Winamp includes a feature that allows you to avoid this by automatically removing silence at the beginning or end of songs.

  • Click the "Winamp Menu" button in the upper-left corner of the Winamp player window, and click "Options" and "Preferences."

  • Click "Output" under "Plug-ins" on the left side of the window.

  • Click "Nullsoft DirectSound Output" on the right side of the window, then click "Configure."

  • Click the "Other" tab.

  • Click the "Remove silence at the beginning/end of track" check box.

  • Raise or lower the "Cutoff" slider to determine the volume level that Winamp interprets as silence. The default value is 40 dB.

  • Click "OK," then click "Close."

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