Re: [Rhythmbox-devel] Rhythmbox Equalizer

(Replying on-list)

You do realise that an "equalizer" is designed to counter the frequency
response of your audio setup (i.e. "equalize"), not to "MAKE THE BASS

Personally I don't see the point of having something to do the latter.
Audio engineers put a hell of a lot of effort making music sound exactly
how they want it, and I trust their judgements on how the bass should
sound better than I trust my own (or anyone else's for that matter).

Still, if you're interested in writing a plugin, it's pretty trivial to
stick an EQ into the audio pipeline. In fact there might even already be
some code for it flying around.

Have fun!

On Tue, 2007-07-10 at 17:33 -0300, Luís Guilherme Fernandes Pereira
> On 7/10/07, Alex Jones <alex weej com> wrote:
> > Why would you want to equalize Rhythmbox, but not your whole audio
> > output?
> >
> > Your speakers' frequency response curve is not selective!
> He shoud like GAIM sounds as they are, but hear to his songs with a
> stronger bass, for instance. I don't know if it's that necessary, but
> it's not useless, anyway.
> Cya!
Alex Jones

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