Neat Free Windows Utility for Volume Controls
May 15, 2002 at 2:05 AM Thread Starter Post #1 of 1


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Oct 26, 2001
PC Magazine's free utilities are often great little apps. This one is probably useful to some folks on Head-Fi:

VolumeSet, Version 1.0
Platforms: Windows 95/98/Me/NT4/2000/XP,2997,...a=25646,00.asp

VolumeSet allows you to quickly save and restore your system's audio mixer settings through the use of audio preset files. First use your system's volume control utility (activated by double-clicking the speaker icon in your system tray) to set the desired volume levels and other audio settings. Then use VolumeSet to save those settings to an audio preset file. By default, all mixer lines and line controls are saved when you save a preset, but you can chose to save only selected items if you prefer. To restore a saved preset, either launch VolumeSet and load the preset, or launch the audio preset file directly by double-clicking on it. To automatically load a preset when Windows starts, place a shortcut to the preset in your StartUp Folder. VolumeSet was written by Gregory A. Wolking, and first appeared in PC Magazine May 21, 2002 (v21n10). Source code is included.

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