Alternatives to Audio Sliders for all platforms with any license

  • Volume2 icon

    Volume2

    Volume2 is an advanced Windows audio mixer, a complete replacement for the standard Volume Control. This application lets you easily change the sound volume just by rotating the mouse wheel or by using keyboard hot keys or just mouse...

    Free Windows

  • Volumouse icon

    Volumouse

    From authors website: Volumouse provides you a quick and easy way to control the sound volume on your system - simply by rolling the wheel of your wheel mouse. It allows you to define a set of rules for determining when the...

    Free Windows

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    3RVX

    3RVX is a skinnable volume display and controller. It shows your sound volume level with its on-screen display (OSD) and also allows you to control the volume via a skinnable slider or custom hotkeys. Supports drive eject...

    Open Source Windows

  • EarTrumpet icon

    EarTrumpet

    Ear Trumpet - Volume Control for Windows Supported operating systems Windows 10 Credits David Golden (@GoldenTao) Rafael Rivera (@RiveraR) Ear Trumpet icon created by Artjom Kormanfrom from the Noun Project

    Open Source Windows

  • Volume Scroll icon

    Volume Scroll

    Volume Scroll lets you control your main volume by hovering with your mouse cursor over the top menubar and scrolling up or down to change your volume. This will only add an icon to your top menu bar: there is no Dock Icon or menu...

    Free Mac

  • Power mixer

    Power Mixer is a complete Windows volume control replacement. It includes audio mixer, scheduler, hot keys support, command line support, the ability to store and recall different presets.

    Freemium Windows

  • Volwheel icon

    Volwheel

    VolWheel is a little application which lets you control the sound volume easily through a tray icon you can scroll on. It is written in Perl/Gtk2 and works both for ALSA and OSS. You can configure it quickly through its configuration...

    Open Source Linux

  • Volume Icon icon

    Volume Icon

    Volume Icon aims to be a lightweight volume control that sits in your systray. It is often used in conjuction with the lightweight tint2 panel/taskbar.

    Open Source Linux

  • Volti icon

    Volti

    Volti is an GTK+ application for controlling audio volume from system tray/notification area.

    Open Source Linux

  • Sound Volume Hotkeys icon

    Sound Volume Hotkeys

    This tool allows to control sound volume using system-wide hotkeys. Customizable on-screen sound volume indicator will show you the current level. Currently supported Windows Versions: Windows 2000, XP or Vista

    Free Windows

  • Ear Candy icon

    Ear Candy

    Ear Candy is a sound level manager that nicely fades applications in and out based on their profile and window focus. What works now : - All volume adjustments are fades - Fade out music/video players on skype call - Fade to...

    Open Source Linux

    • Discontinued The project is no longer updated. Last version, 0.9, released in April 2010, can be still downloaded from Launchpad
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    iVol

    iVol is a program you can use to adjust the sound volume of your computer in an extremely easy way. Just press your mouse wheel and scroll it up or down. You do not even have to move your hand! In addition, it also supports...

    Free Mac Windows

    • Discontinued The official website is no longer available. Last version, 3.4c, released in August 2007, can be still downloaded from Wayback Machine
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  • Volume Mixer icon

    Volume Mixer

    Individually adjust volume from each app and notifications from the menubar or with keyboard shortcuts.

    Commercial Mac

Audio Sliders Comments

The only real alternative to Audio Sliders -- aside from th ...

Comment by musichemyst
about Audio Sliders Jun 2011

The only real alternative to Audio Sliders -- aside from the standard volume control panel that's built-in to Windows -- is 3RVX, and they're very similar apps.

On one hand, I think Audio Sliders has better features (and more of them) and has a slicker interface than 3RVX. On the other hand, some of those features are only available if you buy the full version of Audio Sliders whereas 3RVX is pure freeware.

So when choosing between 3RVX and the free version of Audio Sliders, I think the choice comes down to personal opinion and taste. But if you don't mind spending a few bucks on the full version of Audio Sliders, it's easily the best between the two and probably the best alternative out there to the standard Windows volume controls.

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