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How to adjust sound properties, like with a graphic equalizer, in Ubuntu

How to adjust sound properties, like with a graphic equalizer, in Ubuntu

I am running Ubuntu 9.10. How do I adjust the sound out to reduce or increase the bass and treble ranges of the sound?

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"There's a post on Ubuntu Forums on how you can use PulseAudio Equalizer.

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Configurable 15 band equalizer for PulseAudio;
You can enable or disable equalized audio on-the-fly, without having to
restart any running applications;
Offers the choice of using equalized audio for the current session or
permanently;
No need to edit any configuration files by hand;
User-customizable: you can use any LADSPA audio processing plugin (which
can apply various audio effects beyond
equalization);
Packaged as a .deb file for easy installation;
Graphical User Interface."