Alternatives to Audio Sliders for all platforms with any license

  • 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...

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      The project is no longer updated.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

    Free Open Source Linux

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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...

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

    Free Mac Windows

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Audio Sliders Comments

Comment by musichemyst
about Audio Sliders · Jun 2011 · Helpful Not helpful Report as spam

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.