My first post will be obsolete and will point to the new thread. Reply 25 Marko March 3, 2013 at 4:25 am Thanks, it works great under Linux Mint 14 (Nadia) Reply 26 ConfusedUbuntuer July 2, 2013 at 3:29 am I installed succesfully but In Ubuntu 13.04, Pulseaudio is finally build with equalizer support but the actual equalizer is missing from the package for some reason, even though it's available in the source. Adv Reply November 5th, 2009 #5 deankovell View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Just Give Me the Beans! have a peek here
Reply 12 mike December 25, 2010 at 7:33 pm installed the pulse equalizer based on instruction here… the output sound doesn't change even there's a check mark in the "EQ enable" Apply the changes, then quit Synaptic. Copy the missing icon $ sudo cp /usr/share/icons/Humanity/apps/16/gnome-volume-control.svg /usr/share/icons/hicolor/16×16/apps/gnome-volume-control.svg Reply 2 Dennis Jones November 5, 2010 at 2:53 am Executing from Applications/Sound & Video/PusleAudio Equalizer gives nothing.
Also, depending on your hardware, in some rare cases this can break your sound, but you can simply undo step 5 and everything should be back to normal. Last edited by mojo2012; November 7th, 2009 at 01:49 PM. So... - There is no more reference to an existing or non-existing default.pa file. It doesn't come with a desktop file so either press ALT + F2 or open a terminal and type:qpaeqThe equalizer should now start.
On the "sounds" tab, disable "play system sounds". Explicitly noob-friendly. Reply 6 kurofune November 10, 2010 at 8:48 pm I'm trying to get the equalizer enabled by default at startup. https://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=1308838&page=38 Tried running it from the terminal but none of the commands above work.
Thanks and best regards. If you wish to customize the plugin or control settings, you can manually edit a preset and enter the appropriate LADSPA information (future versions will support different plugins easily via the Ubuntu Logo, Ubuntu and Canonical © Canonical Ltd. Last Jump to page: Results 1 to 10 of 385 Thread: PulseAudio Equalizer Script Thread Tools Show Printable Version Subscribe to this Thread… Display Linear Mode Switch to Hybrid Mode Switch
Reply 19 Subhadip Ghosh September 8, 2011 at 9:00 am Is it gonna work on 11.04 too? http://www.ubuntuupdates.org/pulseaudio-equalizer Steph I see, thanks for the explanation, and thanks again for writing the interface. NEW! But if you tell pulseaudio that you have four channels, the subwoofer gets no sound.
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Install Oracle Java 7 in Ubuntu via PPA Repository Grub Customizer 2.0 Can Change The Default Grub2 Boot Entry, Menu Colors, Background Image And Lots More Unity 3D (Launcher, Top Panel) In fact, this is my first java program...) - I've build a equalizer.jar and modified the install instructions. Well, I'm not sure if you're aware of this, but Pulseaudio has, for a while, its own built-in system-wide equalizer. Check This Out i noticed something, the pulse audio equalizer doesn't work with an input sound & in real time recording (equalizing the input sound of an electic guitar) or whatever it called but
Any distro, any platform! and try the equalizer. Its a system wide equalizer hence no matter what media player you use, you will be able to utilise this setting.
If you fix the problem yourself, please post your solution, so that others can also learn. On the "devices" tab, set all devices to "ALSA". It solved my problem described here: http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.p...02#post8205002. If you examine the pulseaudio-equalizer.sh script, you will see the following lines near the beginning: Code: # Default LADSPA plugin & control settings; control settings will be overridden if $HOME/.equalizerrc file
Please don't request support via PM. PulseAudio Equalizer has been updated for both Ubuntu 11.04 Natty Narwhal and 10.10 Maverick Meerkat. Home Ubuntu PPAs Unity Xenial development Xfce GNOME Shell Themes CLI About Install Pulseaudio With Built-In System-Wide Equalizer In Ubuntu Author: Andrew | Posted: March 13, 2013 | Updated: 2014-04-09T17:21:26Z Tweet this contact form Adv Reply November 7th, 2009 #9 mojo2012 View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message 5 Cups of Ubuntu Join Date Oct 2009 Location Austria Beans 44 DistroUbuntu 10.10 Maverick Meerkat
Open a terminal and copy/paste the following commands:pulseaudio -k pulseaudio & 4. If you are already using the 0.9.20 packages from the semi-official Ubuntu Audio Dev PPA, the equalizer will continue working.Lucid (testing) users: you have the latest version of PulseAudio - no However, the Pulseaudio packages available in the official Ubuntu repositories are not build with equalizer support. Here's the information for the plugin used by the script: Code: [email protected]:~$ analyseplugin mbeq_1197 Plugin Name: "Multiband EQ" Plugin Label: "mbeq" Plugin Unique ID: 1197 Maker: "Steve Harris
Ubuntu should keep up. ALERT! v2.3 - 17/11/2009 - Better formatting of scale values on interface; ensure that preset list always remains sorted; script will automatically create user preset folder; confirmed Lucid Lynx compatibility. You won't be able to vote or comment. 012[beginner] installing pulse-equalizer (self.linux4noobs)submitted 2 years ago by TechAnd1I need a global equalizer as my speaker is crap and Mint Mate doesn't have one as default.
It works WITHOUT GRAPHICAL INTERFACE! try installing it again. Explore-Ubuntu has moved. Good luck, Steph Last edited by sbersier; November 7th, 2009 at 03:41 PM.
You can, however, purge it easily if you want.