General graphic equalizer request for Lucid (next release)

Asked by diddy1234 on 2010-01-28

Hi All

Regarding the next release of Ubuntu (Lucid), I was wondering if the most recent version of Pulse Audio will be included.

The reason that I am asking is because I have been working with some developers regarding a general graphic equalizer for ubuntu that ties in with Pulse Audio.

Posts here :-

http://www.uluga.ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=1308838

and

http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=1378087

The current version of Pulse audio (under development) is found here with instructions :-

http://pulseaudio.org/wiki/SystemEqualizer

A system wide graphic equalizer is a wanted feature (and not just for myself).
Is this something that we can include once development has been completed (there are a few bugs at the moment).

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2010-01-28
Sam_ (and-sam) said : #1
diddy1234 (richarddidd) said : #2

Still currently awaiting response from Devel-Discuss team

diddy1234 (richarddidd) said : #3

reply from developers (shame really) :-

Lucid already ships the most current stable-queue branch of PA (which does not contain the eq code). There are no plans to ship what's in master (which does contain the eq code) unless there is a formal release of it made very soon. Because Lucid is an LTS, we're focusing on stability not the addition of features.

> Is this something that we can include once development has been
> completed (there are a few bugs at the moment).

The target release should be 10.10 (Lucid+1).

Sam_ (and-sam) said : #4
Johnathon (kirrus) said : #5

Easy way to use a ppa to add the new equalizer:

http://exploreubuntu.wordpress.com/2010/04/18/equalizer-for-pulse-audio/

Obv. not currently supported by ubuntu