alsamixer - soundcard mixer for ALSA soundcard driver, with ncurses
<strong>alsamixer</strong> is an ncurses mixer program for use with the ALSA soundcard
drivers. It supports multiple soundcards with multiple devices.
Help: show available flags.
-c <card number or idenfication>
Select the soundcard to use, if you have more than one. Cards
are numbered from 0 (the default).
-D <device identification>
Select the mixer device to control.
-g <toggle color settings>
Toggle the using of colors.
-s <minimize mixer window>
Minimize the mixer window.
<strong>alsamixer</strong> recognizes the following keyboard commands to control the
The <em>Left</em> and <em>right</em> <em>arrow</em> keys are used to select the channel (or
device, depending on your preferred terminology). You can also use <em>n</em>
("next") and <em>p</em> ("previous").
The <em>Up</em> and <em>Down</em> <em>Arrows</em> control the volume for the currently selected
device. You can also use <em>+</em> or <em>-</em> for the same purpose. Both the left and
right signals are affected. For independent left and right control, see
The <em>B</em> or <em>=</em> key adjusts the balance of volumes on left and right chan-
using <em>Insert</em> (or <em>;</em>) and <em>Delete</em> (or <em>'</em>) respectively.
<em>L</em> re-draws the screen.
<strong>Quick</strong> <strong>Volume</strong> <strong>Changes</strong>
<em>PageUp</em> increases volume by 5.
<em>PageDown</em> decreases volume by 5.
<em>End</em> sets volume to 0.
You can also control left & right levels for the current channel inde-
pendently, as follows:
[<em>Q</em> | <em>W</em> | <em>E</em> ] -- turn UP [ left | both | right ]
[<em>Z</em> | <em>X</em> | <em>C</em> ] -- turn DOWN [ left | both | right ]
If the currently selected mixer channel is not a stereo channel, then
all UP keys will work like <em>W</em>, and all DOWN keys will work like <em>X</em>.
Quit the program with <em>ALT</em> <em>Q</em>, or by hitting <em>ESC</em>. Please note that you
might need to hit <em>ESC</em> twice on some terminals since it's regarded as a
<strong>amixer(1),</strong> <strong>aplay(1),</strong> <strong>arecord(1)</strong>
Some terminal emulators (e.g. <strong>nxterm</strong>) may not work quite right with
ncurses, but that's their own damn fault. Plain old <strong>xterm</strong> seems to be
<strong>alsamixer</strong> has been written by Tim Janik <[email protected]> and been fur-
therly improved by Jaroslav Kysela <[email protected]>.
This manual page was provided by Paul Winkler <[email protected]>.
15 May 2001 <strong><a href="http://ccrma.stanford.edu/planetccrma/man/man1/alsamixer.1.html">alsamixer(1)</a></strong>
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