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Old 11-10-2001, 02:44 PM   #1
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Volume control and Graphic Equalizer for Linux?


Is anyone aware if there is a master volume control and a graphic equalizer available for KDE or GNOME?
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Old 11-10-2001, 04:42 PM   #2
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sure!!
xmixer, gmix or kmix.
for equalizer this is applicaiton dependent. i think.
 
Old 08-24-2003, 03:51 PM   #3
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I see volume control, but not EQ



I want something that will do equalization tasks (allow me to control volume per output frequency), preferably that will work at a "sub-X" level (unless KDE etc ignore things "sub-X"). I would like it to have a graphical front end (and frankly, I'm kinda tired of the approach to life that says, "it'll only work with this or that frontend."

My question is (and I think I may sort of be repeating the question that was originally asked after a fashion), "Is there what amounts to a mixer board/eq (like you would use as a sound man at a concert, though not necessarily that complex) for Linux?"

I'm not looking for a "mixer" application like those available in Windoze (like what they instance as "systray"), but would be just as happy with "module components" as a "kit and caboodle" package that "did it all."

I am looking to do "real time EQ" (though, if there is a minor delay, so long as I can tell, I can live with it. and to be able to "split channels for volumetric sake. Something that would allow parametric EQ would be ideal but not by any means required

Thanks to anyone who is able to help.
 
  


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