A powerful volume control app for Windows

#3 Product of the DayJanuary 03, 2019

EarTrumpet is a powerful volume control app for Windows that allows users to visualize audio with multi-channel aware peaking, move apps between playback devices, and more.

"EarTrumpet is the Windows 10 volume control app Microsoft should have created" - The Verge

  • Arjit Raj
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    Easy to use


    Freemium version not availble

    This should have been made by Microsoft.

    Arjit Raj has used this product for one week.
  • Will Curran
    Will CurranChief Event Einstein, Endless Events

    So helpful if you have multiple audio devices and you want to send your audio sources to different ones


    Sometimes the app can crash if you have too much going on

    Seriously this is a must have for any Windows user.

    Will Curran has used this product for one year.
Simple idea. Here's a similar app for Mac users.
@rrhoover: That's beatuiful too. Seeing the response of that app on PH, I think windows users don't find the "need" of this. ;-)
@rrhoover Thanks for taking a peek, Ryan! And thanks @arjit_raj for getting us started.
@withinrafael I was searching for the GIF for thumbnail. Couldn't get anywhere. My bad.
@rrhoover Thanks. I was just thinking that if there is a similar app for mac, then I saw your message. VERY HELPFUL.
Following main features: Controls classic and modern app volumes Controls default audio device with two clicks Matches the look and feel of Windows Supports moving apps between playback devices Integrated with Feedback Hub
Love the ease of use and reducing the hustle of changing volume for each different app.
Want to also share that we're working on EarTrumpet add-ons that fulfill a ton of enhancement requests we've received over the years. Those will land in 1H 2019, if everything goes well. Stay tuned!
Very useful app. One thing missing is dark/with shadow icon for light theme
@idered Yep, good eye. Windows Light is still in its infancy (insider builds of Windows only) but we have this in our backlog and should have support soon.