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nmixer(1)                                               nmixer(1)

       nmixer  -  An  interactive  text-based sound-mixer control

       nmixer [-q] [mixdev=setting ...]
              nasmixer [-q] [mixdev=setting ...]

       NMixer is an interactive  text-based  sound-mixer  control
       program  that  you  can use to set the volume of each sup-
       ported mixer device of your soundcard.   It  automagically
       detects all devices that are supported by your sound hard-
       ware, and shows a list of scrollbars  for  each  of  these
       devices.  You can use the up and down arrow keys (or k and
       j resp.) to scroll though the list of scrollbars (some  do
       not  fit  on  the screen, but you can reach them by simply
       scrolling down at the bottom of the screen). The left  and
       right  arrow keys (or h and l resp.) change the volume for
       the currently highlighted device, and (if  you're  lucky),
       you  can  use home/end/PgUp/PgDn on the numerical keyboard
       to set left and right volume independantly. You  can  also
       use  0..5  to  set the volume to the position indicated by
       the numbers on top of the screen.  If nmixer  is  compiled
       with NAS (Network Audio System) support and it's called as
       'nasmixer', it will show the settings for  the  NAS  mixer

              Sets  a  specific mixer device to the volume speci-
              fied by setting.  Example: bass=100

       -q     Immediately quit (after the command-line  specified
              settings  are  set!).  This only makes sense if you
              use command-line  options  to  set  volumes.  (cur-
              rently,  the  interface  is drawn while setting the
              mixer,  and  removed  afterwards,  which  might  be
              annoying, but it's in the way of being changed :)

       If you find bugs, please send reports to brama@stack.nl.

       nmixer  was  written, directed and performed by Bram Avon-

       Please send comments, suggestions, complaints, bug  fixes,
       coffee  and  porting experiences to me, including the ver-
       sion number of nmixer in your mail.

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