Is there anyway that I can "remaster" sounds on my pc.By "remaster" I mean...like setting the volume of a song e.g. to 90-95% (so I won't lose any frequency- sound) and then set the volume again to sth like 30% (cause my headphones are too loud).I've seen some digital music amps with this feature and i was wondering if this is also possible on the pc. I want this for several sounds ,not just songs..
I have a new HP Envy M7 laptop running Windows 10. I have an odd problem where all the stock windows sounds are distorted as if they are being unnecessarily amplified. All other sounds, such as videos, music, movies, etc, are all completely fine. I've tried looking through the windows sounds area, looking at the device properties, and also at the 2 different volume control areas with no luck.
When i say 2 different olume control areas, i mean the volume control icon in the taskbar tray, and also the "Bang & Olufsen" sound control icon in the taskbar tray. Bang & Olufsen apparently provides the audio products for this machine? Anyway, i can see anyplace where the windows sounds are being amplified.
Fresh installed windows 10 and when I plug my sennheiser game zero headset in the 3.5mm jacks I sound like a robot when I try and talk. I have tried talking right after a complete wipe install with usb and no drivers and have also tried after installing the mobo drivers (Gigabyte X79-UP4).
I use a lot of custom sounds on my computer, they are all saved in .wav format. Up to this build of Windows 10TP they have worked.
But since updating to version 10049 they don't work anymore. I can play them from the folder they are in, but if I try and add them to Windows Sounds through the Sounds control panel the icons turn yellow and they won't play.
This may go along with Cortana not talking in this version, and I've found that the Text to Speech function in this version of Windows 10 doesn't function either.
I have a desktop PC (see specs) that is persistently giving two different notification sounds but not showing a banner in the notification area to tell me what is warning/notifying me of. I think I have determined what events are being triggered by changing each notification sound in turn to a distinctive chime that is not used elsewhere. The two events concerned are "Device Connect" and "Device Disconnect". Strangely I seem to receive many more disconnect notifications than connects.
The sounds spoil my enjoyment when listening to music or watching movies etc. Obviously I can switch the sounds off by selecting "none" as the sound to play with these events but, just as obviously, I would like to know what is constantly connecting and/or disconnecting.
I am connected to a home network but I'm connected via ethernet cable and am not attaching or detaching any other equipment when the sounds occur. I'm a bit worried that I'm being scanned over the internet but I'm connected via a cable modem/router. Is there any way to show the reason for these notifications?
BTW, I'm using Windows Defender and Firewall together with the paid version of Malwarebytes.
I've had Windows 10 since August, and for the most part, things have been going relatively okay. My only real glaring problem with the OS is that I can no longer here a sound during a system event. By that I mean the usual sounds like when you're clicking through the Explorer, emptying the recycle bin, a dialog pop-up and such.
My system is a Dell Inspiron N4100 that was previously running Win7 Home Premium, and now I'm running Win10 Home Edition. The sound in general works fine; like media players, games, and through the Internet browsers. It's only the system sounds that refuse to play.
I'd like my system sounds slider to stay at 10% of the overall volume. All other volume settings seem to stick. Windows rememebers my overall / winamp / browser etc. volume just fine. Only the system sounds revert to EAR-SPLITTINGLY LOUD at seemingly random times. Sometimes after a restart (but not every time), sometimes in the middle of a Windows session. Is this a known Win10 bug?
something has been bugging me beyond belief since I upgraded to Windows 10.
My audio fades out whenever a new sound is introduced. As an example- I'll be listening to Spotify (loudly) and the moment I get a Facebook message (ding!) the music from Spotify greatly decreases (can barely hear it) and stays that way for (sometimes) up to a minute. Of course every time Facebook dings! me, it decreases any other sound.
I have updated to Windows 10. After scouring the internet for options, I need to turn to ask the experts. Movies play, songs play... even the system sound previews play when I pick a sound scheme. But under normal computer operation, no system sounds play. The recycling bin, system errors, windows boot and shutdown, and email notification sounds are all silent in regular computer operation. I have performed the two prescribed sound card driver tweaks described online for issues of no sounds working at all.
ive noticed the notification sounds are way too loud. if i go into system sounds and hit the little green 'test' button it plays nicely at a normal level. but when the actual notification comes in i get this boosted version of the same sound that is extremely annoying. I have the sounds disabled for the time being
it happens even if i change the notification sound to something else. maybe ill have to make a custom version with it -12db or something then it might sound normal
When I lock windows (win + L) and relog back on any application I had running when I locked the account will be muted (browsers aren't affected). The application doesn't appear in windows volume mixer and the only way ive found to get my sound back is to restart the application.
For example, I`m playing fallout 4 I need to leave my computer so I lock it (for a variety of reasons) then I return a minute later and my sound is gone. The only way to get it back is to restart the game. This is pretty annoying for me because I have to somewhat frequently lock my windows while I`m doing things.
I am having a problem booting up for my windows 10. Every time that i boot it up for the first time, it boots up with sounds but there is no display after windows 10 logo showed up. The only solution is i need to hard restart then it boots up properly.
i have just reinstalled windows 10 on my SSD and i have some problems with the touchpad. While using both touchpad and mouse, pointer keeps freezing and keeps making "beep" sounds...I reinstalled drivers over and over, and still nothing...Does any1 have an ideea of what's going on with the freaking windows?
Without using the stereo mix method, how could i make all applications play sounds on all my output devices. I want to do it this way, so if i want an application to play on just a single output(ex. headphones) i could just mute that application on all other output(ex. speaker, stereo, HDMI) on windows' volume mixer.
or if there is a software for this, i looking for designs as plain and simple as the default mixer and easily accessible. i don't want it too complicated.
Since upgrading to Win10 I've noticed as in the title, my action centre won't play any sounds or toast banner notify me at all. When I get an email in gmail, I'll see the icon in the taskbar go white, but absolutely no sounds or anything.
I've checked the settings and they're turned on, so I'm at a loss at what could cause it. Quiet hours are off as well.
I just updated my pc to windows 10.when i am playing game like CS:GO and GTAV from steam, every time i quitting the game or minimizing it. my whole PC crashing, the screen goes black and the fans starting to make weird sounds. and then after 10 secs its restarting and coming back to the normal windows (no safe mod etc).my specs are i7 4790 8GB ram gtx 780.
So ever since I upgraded to windows 10 I have been getting this constant beeping type noise every couple minutes and I can't get it to stop unless I mute the computer completely. I've checked my notifications are all turned off and the only other thing I can think up is something with my Bluetooth because I know my computer has Bluetooth but for whatever reason right now it does't even show me Bluetooth as an option so I can't turn it off and I know I'm not popular enough to be getting that many emails. This noise, I can't get it to stop!
My other quick question is is there a way to change the default search browser for cortana from bing to google. I hate bing.
When i press Shift+Delete to delete any file, it doesn´t do anything except maybe 10 beeps, its the sound it makes for example when asking for something or some pop-up windows like that. Also when I try this, like at this moment, when writing this in Chrome (which is pretty hard, because of the following things), it does weird things like typing random numbers, deleting the text, skipping the like if I pressed the arrows or enter button, also it was going back in browsing, all by itself. It happens more after when I press Backspace or Delete.
I don´t know what is happening, can´t believe this is a Windows function i don´t know about or if I should be worried about my keyboard or maybe even a virus. (I am not using any downloaded antivirus).