gnome-alsamixer

ALSA sound mixer for GNOME
 
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A "volume control" application. You can use it to adjust the volume of different sound sources of your sound card.

It has a nice graphical user interface and a lot of features:

- access to all of your computers sound cards and audio sources
- possibility to give them custom names
- only display the mixer controls you need
- access to all the extra features some sound cards offer, like
3d enhancement, microphone gain boost...
- and more
This application uses the ALSA sound API, you cannot use it if you use the (older) OSS drivers for your sound card(s). In return, it gives you access to all the functionality ALSA provides with the "alsamixer" program, found in the "alsa-utils" package.
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qsman 2 months ago

I agree with ravenhart. I have spent hours hunting for a solution & messing with config files. This app SOLVED the mic probblem!!!

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ravenheart 7 months ago

This should come with Linux Mint 19.1 distro. It allowed me to unmute the 'line' channel on my card, which the default Linux sound app couldn't do. I couldn't record through my sound card using Audacity, until I found gnome-alsamixer. Awesome.

5
Knezev87 1 year ago

work

4
mihawk90 3 years ago

UI doesn't show some labels when not full-sized, works well otherwise. Solved my issue with my Logitech G430 (but probably other USB based Headsets as well) routing the Mic to the Output by default. Blows my mind that there is no option in the default sound settings on Mint (17.2) to disable this... Even Windows has this :(

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Jonathan_Regalini 4 years ago

:)

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aygusu_99 4 years ago

Awesome!

5
littledeer3 4 years ago

Saved my Soundblaster sound card from right-only to full 5.1!

4
parallax68 6 years ago

my favorite

5
massexy 6 years ago

Fast and easy way to get rid of the login and logout bleep in LMDE. Just mute the beep!

4
alexa6moon 6 years ago

Audigy will work sudo apt-get install gnome-alsamixer Turn on "Audigy Analog/Digital Output Jack"

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anoved 6 years ago

Useful to enable MacBook1,1 headphone jack with Linux Mint 14.

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wissamshaar 6 years ago

I couldn't use the analog input mic before intalling it on my Toshiba laptop

4
keres 7 years ago

Good

5
glubbar 7 years ago

strangely enough, gives access to more things than the default alsa mixer

5
dardevelin 8 years ago

Usefull aplication, hits right on the spot

5
vinodkatakam 8 years ago

like it

5
crom 8 years ago

Has been very useful for me.

4
Paskal_07 8 years ago

seems like alsamixer on gtk

4
jolouis32 9 years ago

très utile