I've been looking around for something like this, but the only solution I found here only works for one output, and is very inelegant. I want something that will raise quiet sounds, lower loud ones, and ignoring bass tones for when I'm playing music.
The catch is that I want this done for my entire system at once in real time (like the post above) and have it be something I can turn off and on separate from my audio outputs. I am hoping someone knows of a program with an interface I can use so I can easily adjust different aspects of the way the volume is leveled as well as turn it off and on without using long and clunky terminal commands, but if that doesn't exist I won't turn down another solution.
Since this seems to me like an adequately similar question,I'll group it in with this one. there are a few things I'd like to do regarding sound outputs. I was wondering if/how I could: 1) - hide an output from the selection menu, 2) - rename an existing output, and 3) - make a default output that is always selected unless something else is plugged in, then that is selected. When it is unplugged, the default audio is selected again.
Thanks in advance!