Some sounds are toned down in Volume Mixer by "default"

  1.    26 Apr 2018 #1

    Some sounds are toned down in Volume Mixer by "default"

    Title really says it all..

    This is rather recent though, I could not trace what I did that caused the system to automatically adjust certain apps' sounds as it pleases. It's both a nuisance and an inconvenience to have to go into Volume Mixer and up the volume of almost every app I have, including videogames

    Is there any way I can remedy this, besides having to take the inconvenience to push all the sliders up? I'm on Windows 10 Home Fall Creators Update x64

    P.S. Loudness Equalization is off in every area I could think of
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