Peace is a graphical user interface for Equalizer APO https://sourceforge.net/projects/equalizerapo/?source=recommended by Jonas Thedering (version 0.9.1 or higher).
Your equalizer configuration (audio preset) can be saved and activated by 1 click.
Almost all suggested features in the reviews are implemented!
Thanks shak3800, Giorgio, makzmakz, rcn29, ptou, stelam and other reviewers.
- up to 31 gain dB sliders per channel/speaker
- 9 channels/speakers support (all, stereo, 5.1 and 7.1)
- filter frequencies, dB gains, filter qualities can all be changed per slider
- pre amplifying dB values for volume control (per channel/speaker)
- make, save and activate own equalizer configuration (preset)
- besides your own setting, there are dance, rock, classic, bass boost, etc.
- alter audio sound through buttons like expand and compress
- languages: English, Deutsch, Nederlands, Italiano
effing brilliant! I'm not sure why I didn't search for this earlier in my life, but it has everything I need to fiddle with my setup as much as I want. Thank you, Both of you
Thank you so much for this; I've been looking for so long for something like it! Here are a few features that would be nice (I think) : - An option to make the application minimize to the tray icon list when we close it; - Make it possible to assign keyboard shortcuts to presets for easy switching; - An option to make the application automatically run on Windows startup (although, I guess that's already possible to do manually) thanks!
Very nice tool. However default equalizer settings are not flat: if all sliders are brought down 10db, and preamp up 10 db, there is audible effect. My suggestion: use octave frequencies (e.g. each next freq is double of previous): 16 32 63 125 250 500 1000 2000 4000 8000 16000 and Q=1.41 that matches octave width. For other freq distribution (e.g. 1/3 of octave for more accuracy), Q factor should match table in this page www sengpielaudio com/calculator-bandwidth.htm (in this case Q=4.32). To know what freq does what, this is an interesting table www independentrecording net/irn/resources/freqchart/main_display.htm. You can get also 1/3 oct freq progression from the pic. Overlapping info from this table to Peace tool, could make it AWESOME....
Extacly what I was looking for! More presets and an holy "on/off" button (to hear the difference along the edit) would make it actually perfect/essential ! Keep it up and if you need help, as a developer I'm here.
This is great! Thank you so very much! I was typing the numbers manually in Equalizer APO and this just make changing the sound on the fly so much easier. I have a request though; Equalizer APO supports 5.1 channel sound so you can change the eq individually on each channel. This is great in combination with REW for tuning Home Theatre sound. If there where a graphical user interface for all 6 channels, it would be truly awesome!