|Linux / Unix Command: aumix|
NAMEaumix - adjust audio mixer
SYNOPSIS[-<channel option>[[+|-][<amount>]]|<level>|R[ecord]|P[lay]|q[uery]] [-dhILqS] [-f <rc file>][-C <color scheme file>]
DESCRIPTIONThis program adjusts the settings of an audio mixing device. It can be used from the command line, in scripts, or interactively with the keyboard or mouse.
- main volume
- line in
- line out
- PC speaker
- line 1
- line 2
- line 3
- -C color_scheme_file
- specify the name of a file containing a color scheme. This implies -I
- -d device_file
- specify the name of the mixer device (default is /dev/mixer
- -f rc_file
- specify file for saving and loading settings
- display information on usage
- run interactively, using the full-screen ncurses-based interface. This is the default if no options are given, but must be specified in order to have go into interactive mode after doing things non-interactively.
- load settings from $HOME/.aumixrc or /etc/aumixrc if the former is inaccessible
- query all devices and print their settings
- save settings to $HOME/.aumixrc
aumix -q -v75 -m 0 -c R -c+10 -m q
prints all settings, sets volume to 75%, sets microphone to 0, sets CD to record, increases the CD level by ten (both left and right), and prints the new settings for the microphone.
The .aumixrc file containing:
vol:60:60 wait:5000 vol:50:50
SEE ALSOgpm(1), moused(8), sb(4), xaumix(1)
Important: Use the man command (% man) to see how a command is used on your particular computer.