PulseEffects: A System-Wide Equalizer For PulseAudio

Written by Michael Larabel in Multimedia on 29 December 2018 at 05:08 AM EST. 64 Comments
Should you not be familiar with it already, PulseEffects is a program that provides an equalizer and other effects controls for Linux systems running on PulseAudio.

A Phoronix reader wrote in praising PulseEffects for its ability to tweak systems making use of PulseAudio, which is now common among nearly all modern Linux desktops.

PulseEffects provides a ton of output controls for audio as well as a wide range of application parameters.

Should you be interested in learning more, visit PulseEffects on GitHub.
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