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#1 2022-05-08 03:57:05

bbvvddff
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Linux Audio (Dynamic Range Compression, Volume Normalization)

My post is about making really loud volume quieter and really quiet volume louder (e.g in podcasts).
I used to have pulseaudio with the plugin: swh-plugins. The default settings for the compressor worked perfectly.

Now I upgraded my linux and have pipewire and easyeffects. Using the default values for the compressor in easyeffects
doesn't produce good results. I looked for other presets, found one, and it also produces bad results:
https://github.com/Digitalone1/EasyEffects-Presets

Does anyone have a link to presets which do a good job, like the old pulseaudio plugin?

Thanks

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#2 2022-05-08 04:58:27

kokoko3k
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Re: Linux Audio (Dynamic Range Compression, Volume Normalization)

If you used module-ladspa-sink to load swh plugins, then it is available in pipewire too.


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#3 2022-05-08 07:19:45

progandy
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Re: Linux Audio (Dynamic Range Compression, Volume Normalization)

The ladspa-sink module is implemented on top of filter-chains, you could use those as well if you need more options than the module provides: https://gitlab.freedesktop.org/pipewire … lter-Chain


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#4 2022-05-08 09:24:08

bbvvddff
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Re: Linux Audio (Dynamic Range Compression, Volume Normalization)

Thanks guys.
I did go back to the LADSPA plugin (with pipewire).

*I installed the: ladspa-swh-plugins
*edited the .config/pipewire/pipewire-pulse.conf

More info here:
https://forums.gentoo.org/viewtopic-t-1149764.html

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