Cool Chrome extension that allows you to maximize the volume on your device and create custom sound effects using the audio source from Chrome’s tabs, as well as adjust the balance between various frequency components
As impressively reliable and feature-packed as today’s browsers are, they don’t usually offer much in terms of audio manipulation.
If you also feel that your Chrome browser could do with some extra audio-related goodies and a bit more control, then you might want to check out Audio Channel for Chrome.
Audio Channel is an interesting Chrome extension designed to help you improve the overall quality of any audio source within your browser. More to the point, Audio Channel is a tab audio limiter, equalizer, and volume control tool capable that also comes with support for various other sound effects and audio manipulation gear.
One of the many good tools of this sort out there
For starters, it’s worth noting that the extension is capable of greatly improving the volume control on any given Chrome tab. Therefore, you can boost your volume as far up as the 400% mark.
There’s also an audio limiter, an audio compressor, a 32Hz-16kHz equalizer that includes various popular presets to make everything sound better, a Stereo/Mono toggle, and a Karaoke Mode.
You are also provided with easy ways to tweak almost every aspect of the audio channel SFX such as the pitch, the chorus, and the reverb. Once you figured out a good setup for a specific occasion, you can opt to save your own presets and load them later.
Last but not least, the extension also features two GUI modes (Light and Dark) to ensure the best results no matter how well or poorly lit your work environment is.
Taking everything into account, Audio Channel for Chrome is a well-designed sound manipulation tool that allows just about anyone to perfectly tune their audio experience while using Chrome. It’s easy to install, quite unobtrusive, easy to use, and, even though it only works only on one active tab, it gets the job done quite well.
We at AppsForMyPC have tested and used Audio Channel for Chrome and it worked pretty smoothly 🙂 🙂