|For a while now I'm wondering if something like this exists (and I looked on the net, obviously, but without result):|
In Windows typically you can control sound using the general sound controller, in combination with a controller from a given application (movie player, youtube, a game, etc. ect)
The problem is always the same : some combinations make the sound really loud, some make them go really low. I often end up adjusting BOTH of them, because the sound volumes differ so much between all of the possible programs.
So, I was wondering if there exists a tool that can cap both lower and upper level of sound, so that you always stay between a given range of "volume".
Or, an alternative way to have this question asked : suppose I would have a dB meter next to my sound boxes, I would like to cause the situation where the sound is always in a given range, by means of auto-adjusting the general (Windows) sound controllers (so, not the ones from YouTube, ... because that would be hard).
I have command line tools to upper and lower the volume, but I don't have a tool to "measure" the sound, which is what one would need to get the above achieved.