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Are there any programs or extensions that you can use to simulate an environment for your computer audio?

Asked by Nevada83 (828points) 1 month ago

For example, in Windows 7, in the Audio Settings, there was a list of environments you could pick from, for example, auditorium, hallway, etc., and your audio would sound like it is being affected by those environments.

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If you use VLC (free, open source) audio player, you can go to this page to work with different sound environments. Further, VLC itself has various third-party add-ons.

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@elbanditoroso thank you thank you thank you!

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