Audio effects for PipeWire applications.
This application was formerly known as PulseEffects, but it was renamed to EasyEffects after it started to use GTK4 and GStreamer usage was replaced by native PipeWire filters.
The user has full control over the effects order. Just use the up/down arrows next to the effect labels on the left side.
To be able to use all of the effects, you must have the following installed on your system:
You can help me to keep developing EasyEffects through donations. Any amount will be greatly appreciated :-)
DON'T SET EasyEffects virtual devices as default EasyEffects is designed assuming that your hardware stays as default
These Linux distributions have EasyEffects packages:
Alternatively, click here to install via Flatpak:
Flatpak packages support most Linux distributions and are sandboxed. The EasyEffects Flatpak package also includes all available plugins.
If your distribution does not yet include packages required to build EasyEffects, Flatpak is a convenient option.
A nightly Flatpak package is also available, to provide the latest changes. See the installation instructions.
To install from source, see the wiki's Installing from Source article for detailed instructions.
EasyEffects documentation can be read inside the GUI if the yelp package is installed.
Take a look at our FAQ to see if you are facing a known issue.
See the wiki: Command Line Options
See the wiki: Community presets
This page also has instructions for converting PulseEffects presets to EasyEffects presets.
See the wiki: Reporting Bugs
See the wiki's Translating EasyEffects article for detailed instructions.
EasyEffects is licensed under GNU General Public License version 3. See the LICENSE file.