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comment Equalizer to cut specific frequencies on microphone input
does your conferencing software support the JACK audio connection kit ?
Oct
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comment Equalizer to cut specific frequencies on microphone input
Nice :-) , but it will require the installation of JACK, hook it up to pulseaudio both sources and sinks to send from PA to JACK and return from JACK to PA....that is some serious audio plumbing, not for the faint hearted ;-)
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comment Equalizer to cut specific frequencies on microphone input
the OP is looking for an equalizer, not a volume control
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answered HP 500 Slate Support
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comment Terrible sound quality (might have two problem in my question)
OK, install the program "gnome-alsamixer" and start it. Select the tab that represents your silent card. Enable IEC958Output (which is S/PDIF)
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comment Terrible sound quality (might have two problem in my question)
Select the right soundcard in the "output" tab and push the "test sound" button
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comment Terrible sound quality (might have two problem in my question)
Did you check your sound settings from the settings menu ? (the settingsmenu is the icon with the gearwheel)
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comment Proper laptop temperature for warmer enviroment
I updated my answer with some extra tips
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comment wget -O command not found
BTW you're doing great :-) just a few hours on Ubuntu and already deep in the commandline. You actually deserve bonuspoints :-)
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