Updated: 2021/Dec/3


AIOMIXER(1)                 General Commands Manual                AIOMIXER(1)

NAME
     aiomixer - graphical mixer for NetBSD audio

SYNOPSIS
     aiomixer [-d device] [-u]

DESCRIPTION
     aiomixer is a graphical frontend for mixer(4) devices that runs in your
     terminal.

     aiomixer is primarily controlled using the cursor keys, e.g. to select a
     control, or change a control's value.  Movement similar to vi(1) is also
     supported.  The current class can be changed with the number keys.  The Q
     or Escape key can be used to return to the previous pane or exit
     aiomixer.

     By default, volume levels for individual channels cannot be changed
     separately.  The U key can be pressed to toggle changing the volume of
     individual channels.

     The following options are available:

     -d device
             Used to specify an alternative mixer device.

     -u      Used to unlock channels on start up.

FILES
     /dev/mixer
     /dev/mixer[0-3]

SEE ALSO
     mixerctl(1), mixer(4)

HISTORY
     The first version (only available in pkgsrc) didn't support
     AUDIO_MIXER_SET properly, among other bugs.

AUTHORS
     aiomixer was written by Nia Alarie <nia@NetBSD.org>.

BUGS
     aiomixer shows whatever mixer nodes the audio device's driver returns.
     Some drivers do not provide the most user-friendly control names.

NetBSD 9.99                      April 4, 2019                     NetBSD 9.99