I just bought this equalizer app to clean up the hollow sounding audio of the online lectures that I'm watching for college. But the app seems to have no influence on the audio output of my laptop. Can you help? Thanks1 vote
I assume you are referring to Equalizer for MAC. At this point, you have to select the song to play specifically through the app. Once you do that, the eq does its magic.
Can you confirm?
Its really weak3 votes
What do you mean by weak? You can adjust the gain from -14 to + 14 dB (even higher if you go in the asynchronous stereo mode).
Can you please explain?
Please update the Last Played and Playcount attributes when a song is played. That will allow Smart Playlists based on Least Recently Played and so on to update properly when syncing device to iTunes.4 votes
Sorry for the late reply: Right now, last played and playcount are not accessible for third party apps. I leave this request open but until Apple moves, I cannot do anything.
Any possibility of a Spotify EQ App? All the other EQ apps out there for Spotify are lame with no adjustment of Q Curve or even manual keyboard input for EQ values.1 vote
At this point, Spotify does offer an API but the license does not allow the audio to be processed.
I do not know how other app makers are doing it (they might just break the license agreement knowingly or they might have a special deal with spotify) but Audioforge does not believe in willfully breaking an agreement.
So we cannot build an EQ for Spotify app. Even though I would love to build one. I am trying to negotiate a deal with Spotify but they more or less just ignore me. If you would email them asking for Audioforge support, that would certainly help.
We did build an eq for Beats Music streaming and it is available in the app store for free.
Hope that explains the situation.
Show additional id3Tag information of playing song. For example Year, Comment, BPM, etc.1 vote
We are looking into seeing what we can do here
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