Date: 03/20/2020 06:36 PM
Size: 660 KB
License: Open Source
Requires: Win 10 / 8 / 7 / Vista
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Windows Audio Loudness Equalizer controls each applications volume separately and tries to equalize peak levels of each app to your preferred level.
Windows Audio Loudness Equalizer can be installed or used as a portable app. After installation, you’ll find Windows Audio Loudness Equalizer in your system tray. Be sure to look for ‘RunAtWindowsStartup’ under the config section.
Windows Audio Loudness Equalizer can be a bit intimidating to those who aren’t audiophiles, however, a few settings should get you on your way.
There are three tabs to look at; View, Config, and Log.
Under the view tab you can find, Base, Master, System Sound, and a few additional setting. Our best guess is to set the Master target volume and Base volumes in the main window or the View tab.
Under the Config tab, there are about fifteen settings and a graph that can be very useful. You can set the UI Updates, GC Interval, Kurtosis (yeah, we had to look that one up), Priority, and more. If you’ve lost track of your settings, you can reset to default here as well.
Windows Audio Loudness Equalizer is an excellent idea. We’d love to see some mouseover tips or help to explain what some things do.