Myxer is a free open source volume mixer for PulseAudio and Linux systems. It is written in Rust and released under the GNU General Public License v3.0. Myxer allows you to manage device, stream, and card profiles. It also supports configuring the PulseAudio panel plug-in to open Myxer. It also comes with an option to view individual audio channels in the system. A simple and lightweight volume mixer for Linux.
Install Myxer on Ubuntu
Myxer is available as a portable package and a native deb package. It can be installed via terminal software.
Download the Myxer portable package file from the download link above. It will look like “Myxer” and will be saved in the download folder. Open a terminal application and run this command to make it executable.
sudo chmod +x ~ Myxer
You can then use this command to run Myxer.
Install Myxer via DEB.
Download the Myxer.deb file from the Myxer download link above and save it in your download folder. Then run the following Myxer installation commands one at a time.
sudo dpkg -i Myxer.deb
Where “Myxer.deb” is the downloaded file name
sudo apt install -f
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