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Hi All, I have a Cowon S9 mp3 player that has a lot of sound settings that all have distinct benefits (such as "rock" "voice" "rap" etc...). Is there any ...
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    Ubuntu Sound Settings (11.04)


    Hi All,

    I have a Cowon S9 mp3 player that has a lot of sound settings that all have distinct benefits (such as "rock" "voice" "rap" etc...). Is there any way for me to get a similar set of effects in Ubuntu? I listen to a lot of podcasts and would like something similar to what the Cowon calls "Voice" because it amplifies voice a bit and makes the whole experience a bit cleaner.

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    I use VLC in Ubuntu to play back my video and audio files.
    In VLC is both a graphic equalizer along with a spatializer that can add reverb or echo effects.
    Open VLC and click on Tools. Then select Effects and Filters.
    If you enable the equalizer you will have access to the presets. You can also
    make adjustments and save it as your own preset.

    I also use the VLC plugin for Firefox so the equalizer setting are in effect when listening to online music or watching videos.

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