Q. How do I adjust Linux volume control?
A. You need to use a program called aumix to adjust sound / volume control. This program adjusts the settings of an audio mixing device. It can be used from the command line, in scripts, or interactively with the keyboard or mouse.
You can launch volume control as follows:
=> Click on Main Menu
=> Select Sound & Video
=> Now select Volume Control
aumix - command line program
You can use following keys to control aumix sound settings:
- page up, page down, up and down cursor: Select a new control.
- Tab, Enter, , comma and period : Toggle between level and balance controls
- + and - : Adjust the setting of the current device. The + and right cursor keys increase the level by 3%; the - and left cursor keys decrease it by the same amount.
- S or s : Save settings to the rc file
- U or u : Undo any muting
- M or m : Mute or unmute
- Q or q : End the program (exit to shell prompt)
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