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 With Linux we make use the pulseaudio audio server, which is default with pretty much every Linux distro these days, and the [[http://​plugin.org.uk/​ladspa-swh/​docs/​ladspa-swh.html|Steve Harris'​ LADSPA Plugins]], available from your distro'​s online repository. Then we just tell the pulseaudio daemon (our local audio server) to add in an audio compressor plugin into our audio path and make it the "​default audio sink" or "​default audio output device"​. And voila! From now on you'll have proper clean leveled audio on your Linux installation. No more games, videos or music suddenly "​screaming"​ or shouting at you.  With Linux we make use the pulseaudio audio server, which is default with pretty much every Linux distro these days, and the [[http://​plugin.org.uk/​ladspa-swh/​docs/​ladspa-swh.html|Steve Harris'​ LADSPA Plugins]], available from your distro'​s online repository. Then we just tell the pulseaudio daemon (our local audio server) to add in an audio compressor plugin into our audio path and make it the "​default audio sink" or "​default audio output device"​. And voila! From now on you'll have proper clean leveled audio on your Linux installation. No more games, videos or music suddenly "​screaming"​ or shouting at you. 
  
-Well, that might not be a thing for audiophiles and lovers of classic music, who prefer to have a large dynamic audio range. But for anyone else who prefer so "set audio level and forget",​ THIS is a very nice, easy and fast solution, that is been **tested on any Ubuntu Linux starting from 16 to 18** so far.+Well, that might not be a thing for audiophiles and lovers of classic music, who prefer to have a large dynamic audio range. But for anyone else who prefer so "set audio level and forget",​ THIS is a very nice, easy and fast solution, that is been **tested on any Ubuntu Linux starting from 16 to 19** so far.
  
 ===== Installation and Setup: ===== ===== Installation and Setup: =====
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-** btw: BIG THANKS to [[https://​youtu.be/​NXE-kSrhk_w|+Gotbletu on YouTube]] and [[https://​plus.google.com/​+gotbletu|Google+]] ​for finding and showing me this awesome solution!! THANKS MATE! **+** btw: BIG THANKS to [[https://​youtu.be/​NXE-kSrhk_w|+Gotbletu on YouTube]] and Twitter (@gotbletufor finding and showing me this awesome solution!! THANKS MATE! **
  
  
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