Control Volume of Devices and Applications with PulseAudio Volume Control Mixer in Linux

Now you can easily control and configure your PulseAudio with this easy to use PulseAudio Volume Control application. PulseAudio Volume Control is a free and open source sound or volume controller or mixer application for Linux. Using this you can control both the volume of hardware devices and of each playback stream separately. It is released under GNU Public License version 2. It shows separate window for payback, recording, output devices and input devices.

PulseAudio Volume Control payback

How to install PulseAudio Volume Control on Ubuntu Linux

PulseAudio Volume Control is available via flatpak from flathub. So you need to install flatpak and flathub on your system first. Follow below link for the installation instructions. After the installation of flatpak and flathub restart your system.

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Install flatpak and flathub

Open the terminal application using the ctrl+alt+t keys or you can open it via the show application list and run below PulseAudio Volume Control flatpak installation command.

flatpak install flathub org.pulseaudio.pavucontrol

After the installation you can open it via below flatpak command.

flatpak run org.pulseaudio.pavucontrol

You can uninstall it via

sudo flatpak uninstall org.pulseaudio.pavucontrol

PulseAudio Volume Control output

PulseAudio Volume Control input

PulseAudio Volume Control config

That’s it.

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