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PulseEffects is a free and open-source GTK application for Unix-like systems to manage audio effects on input and output streams intended to be run over PulseAudio sound server.[1][2]

It is published under the GNU GPLv3 license.[3]


PulseEffects needs PulseAudio to process incoming and outgoing audio streams independently[1] and can apply various sound effects in the form of plugin made by different developer teams such as Calf Studio Gear, MDA.LV2 and GStreamer.[4][5] All plugins have their own presets and can be applicable inside the suite rather than having to use a different PulseAudio mixer or executing a script from the command line.[1]

Available output effects are limiter, autovolume, compressor of dynamic range, filter, 30 bands parametric equalizer, bass enhancer, exciter, reverbation, crossfeed, delay, maximizer and spectrum analyzer. Available input effects are WebRTC, limiter, compressor, filter, equalizer, deeser, reverbation, pitch shift and spectrum analyzer.[5][6]


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