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Equalizer for Pandora?, Seeking a Way to Apply DSP to Pandora.com
post Mar 29 2009, 01:29
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I typically use XMPlay to play streaming audio, although I sometimes still use Winamp. In either case, I often apply some equalization, and occasionally a touch of reverb to get the sound I want from the audio equipment in my family room.

Now I've started streaming Pandora quite a bit, as it gives me a great chance to learn new artists that suit my tastes. Unfortunately, the specialized "stations" in Pandora apparently prevent it from being played through XMPlay, Winamp, or any other popular player. Pandora's interface isn't too bad, but it does not offer any equalizer or reverb.

Does anyone know of a way to apply equalization and/or reverb to audio streamed from a web site like Pandora? Is there some sort of software that can be run in the background to shape the sound card's output? Freeware would be especially nice, of course.

Thanks for any suggestions you can offer.
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