Saturday, March 6, 2010

Save Your Audio Settings - Windows PC

Do you find that your recording and player settings get changed from time to time?

Lots of applications, like SKYPE, take over control of your mic and output settings. When you are finished using SKYPE, your settings may be completely changed for your music player or other sound application. Also, if you have hobbies like amateur radio, podcasting, videography, etc., this can be a huge time drain to re-set the audio mixer everytime.

There is a solution to managing your audio mixer settings: QuickMix

QuickMix is a simple applet that allows you to store all or part of the current state of your audio mixer in a settings file, and to restore the mixer to that state whenever you want.
And, it's free.....It works on WIN 9X, WIN NT, WIN XP, and WIN 2000. It does not work on VISTA or Win 7.

The nice feature is the ability to setup the audio mixer to your liking and then save a "profile" of those settings. So, if you have different settings for different applications, just setup the audio mixer setting for each scenario and save a suitably named profile. Then, all you have to do is load that profile from QuickMix and all your settings are automatically setup as needed.

You can visit the website here:

You can download here,
QuickMix. Feedback is always welcome, Joe