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Windows 7: How can i use 1 sound level?

30 Apr 2012   #1
simonsez9

Win Xp Pro Sp3 + Win 7 Ultimate 32 bit Sp1
 
 
How can i use 1 sound level?

how can i use 1 sound mixer or level for all the applications in win 7. One master control volume sort of thing for every application ?


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01 May 2012   #2
fireberd

Windows 7/8.1/10 64 bit
 
 

Are you using the "System Mixer" as the recording sound source? (could be called Stereo Mix or SoundBlaster calls it "what you hear").

Some applications have their own volume control so the sound level can vary between applications. Depending on the sound or sound source the volume level can also vary. for example two MP3's or wav files can have different volume levels so unless you "normalize" all your sound files to a certain level they can all be different. Movies seem to all have different volume levels. Sound in games usually have their own volume controls.

I doubt that you will get everything to play at one level.
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01 May 2012   #3
simonsez9

Win Xp Pro Sp3 + Win 7 Ultimate 32 bit Sp1
 
 

i am using HU-510 headphone a4 tech its usb head set what i mean to ask here i only want to change the volume using my headset increase decreas i dont wana touch the master volume in the system but i am unable to do that everytime i increase or decrease the volume it gose with the application as well like even in watching a song from you tube how can i fix that any tips appreciate it
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