Audio Sliders: Replacement for Windows Volume Controls

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Audio Sliders is a wonderful volume control software which is an ideal replacement for your windows volume control and is five times smaller than it,  and has more advanced features.

You can control the bass level, treble level, group playback and obviously the volume level can be changed. Moreover, you can save and restore volume levels.

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There are hotkeys to control the MP3 and CD players like Winamp,and others. The hotkeys are universal and for all media players the same hotkeys will work and there are auto created sub menus that work for any of your players. The hotkeys can be used to activate/hide window or increase/decrease/mute volume and you can select any device like wave/CD volume and so on.

Audio Sliders comes from the makers of Memoclip Windows Clipboard Extender, and TeraCopy Fast file copy software.

Here are some of the features of Audio Sliders:

  • There are 5 custom layouts to choose from
  • It supports multiple sound cards and mixers .You can work with more than one sound card and even mix them. To mix your tracks online, try Myna.
  • You have options like auto- hide and auto- roll up
  • It supports multilanguages
  • Users can edit and control captions
  • Simply by pressing the hotkey you can see the on screen display(OSD) which has a semi transparent background. You can here change the track,volume level or playback position
  • It displays time for different time zones
  • It informs you about the system resources like free memory, total memory, CPU utilization and the drive’s free space

This is definitely an ideal replacement for your boring windows volume control and offers more features to work with. Its free of cost and has more configurable options.

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Works With: Windows
Free/Paid: Free
  • Tiger

    I’m totally pissed off. You’re writing posts on programs but never ever give links to the downloads or the developers, that’s rude! But that was fine, I can google it for myself. But you keep writing about sw that is NOT freeware, like this one! Audio Sliders, just like most of the codesector wares are shareware: some of them crippleware, some of them are 30-day-trials! I used to be subscribed to your feed, but no longer. You guys are selling crap!

    • @Tiger: I am really sorry to read about your frustration. Let me clarify on each of the points that you have mentioned:

      1) Links to the software: If you notice, there are links for Home page as well as Download page at end of article. This is consistent throughout the website. This is done to ensure that regular readers like you can quickly scroll over to links, instead of looking for them in the article itself.

      2) Not a freeware: Audio Sliders is a freeware. It has a paid version as well which has some additional features, but we have reviewed only the free version. To be doubly sure, I downloaded this software again, and did not get any message for 30-day trial, and I am able to use this software properly.

      3) Please note that I am really not trying to sell anything here. I am not getting any money or help of any sort from publisher of this software. If you check the links, you will see they are not Affiliate links. I have no vested interest in reviewing any crapware, so I do not waste my time or time of my readers in reviewing them.

      I hope this removes any frustration that you had. Let me know if I can do anything else to make your experience better on this site.

      • joe


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