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In terminal type: alsamixer and set master volume louder


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Improving Waschtl answer of this thread so you can BOTH LISTEN AND RECORD the app sound: First, we look for our default output and put its sink name in $DEFAULT_OUTPUT: $ pacmd list-sinks | grep -A1 "* index" * index: 1 name: <alsa_output.pci-0000_00_1b.0.analog-stereo> $ DEFAULT_OUTPUT=$(pacmd list-sinks | grep -A1 "* index" | grep -oP ...


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I had this problem, but with every type of video chat that I attempted to use on Xubuntu, everything from Google Hangouts to appr.tc would auto adjust my microphone volume. In particular, it seems to boost the volume if any voices can be heard in the background, as if to try to make the quietest voice be heard. Anyway, my fix was to manually set my ...


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Here a manual solution to switch between Equalizor ON (with your favorite settings) and OFF: if [ "$(pulseaudio-equalizer status | grep "Equalizer status" | cut -d"[" -f2 | cut -d"]" -f1)" == "enabled" ]; then pulseaudio-equalizer disable else pulseaudio-equalizer enable fi Save as a file as a bash script, create a new panel starter to by able to ...


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Unless your hardware has a direct monitoring feature and can completely avoid processing the sound through software, there is going to be latency. It sounds like you are trying to do this on standard built-in audio hardware, which requires software processing to redirect audio, therefore no, there is no way to get rid of the latency.


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You just have to click on the volume applet in the panel while that application is open. Then select sound setting and in that window go to applications tab. There you can adjust or mute the sound for that specific application.


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You can run the application with pasuspender. Open a terminal and run pasuspender app_executable. For example, with VLC: pasuspender vlc This will suspend pulseaudio while the application runs.


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Stop jackd by clicking "stop" in qjackctl or running this command in a terminal: killall jackd then if pulseaudio was stopped, run this command: pulseaudio "Standard" audio should be back. Pulseaudio and jackd can run together installing pulseaudio-module-jack EDIT : The real solution : - try to install "pavucontrol" (pulse audio volume control) ...


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Try to disable the "automute" control that you see in Alsamixer: use right arrow arrow key to move to this control, then down arrow key to disable "automute": your speaker should now be independent from headphone jack, and only controlled by the "speaker" fader (mute it).



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