A Windows Equalizer That Brings Back The Old Winamp Days!
For many of us, with the advent of streaming services like Spotify, Itunes, Google Music and more. The days of downloading music and playing songs in applications like WINAMP and Audacity with a decent equalizer are pretty much non-existent. The equalizer is back and it works the way many of us remember. For many people an equalizer was a great way to adjust for low bit-rate mp3 compression. With today’s higher bit-rate and faster internet connections you could get near CD Quality if not better sound. But their are still some people that want to fine tune their audio without laying down hundreds of dollars on expensive audio cards.
Technical Notes From Download Page
Equalizer APO is a parametric / graphic equalizer for Windows. It is implemented
as an Audio Processing Object (APO) for the system effect infrastructure
introduced with Windows Vista.
– virtually unlimited number of filters
– works on any number of channels
– very low latency, which makes it suited for interactive applications
– low CPU usage
– modular graphical user interface
– Windows Vista or later (currently only Windows 7, 8, 8.1 and 10 have been tested)
– Sound card driver must support APOs (this includes most onboard sound drivers)
– The application must not bypass the system effect infrastructure
Download Link: Download System Wide Windows Equalizer