Umix is a program for adjusting sound card volumes and other features in sound card mixers. You can control your volumes, balances, and recording sources flexibly from the command line or with a ncurses user interface with familiar vi/emacs keybindings. Umix supports multiple mixer devices. All settings can be saved and loaded from a file.
|Tags||multimedia Sound/Audio Mixers|
|Operating Systems||POSIX BSD FreeBSD Linux|
Release Notes: A bug that might have caused segfaulting when quitting was fixed. A bug that was introduced in 1.0.1 that caused the ncurses UI to display incorrect values when loading or saving settings was fixed.
Release Notes: Minor bugfixes and updates were made. The Debian packages were updated to build with the correct version number.
Release Notes: This release removes the plugin code and unnecessary UIs.
Release Notes: This release adds minor bugfixes and tweaking. The default device under Linux is now /dev/sound/mixer, and you can use "configure --with-mixer-dev=path" to configure it.
Release Notes: The GTK+2 user interface is now built by default. Note that the GTK+2 UI is still far from ready, but it is somehow usable by now. More verbose plugin handling and, of course, bugfixes and general polish have been added.