Use Equalizer in Groove Music app in Windows 10  

    Use Equalizer in Groove Music app in Windows 10

    Use Equalizer in Groove Music app in Windows 10

    How to Use Equalizer in Groove Music app in Windows 10
    Published by Category: Apps & Features
    23 May 2018
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    The included Groove Music app in Windows 10 allows you to listen to your favorite music on your Windows, iOS, and Android devices. You can create a playlist with music you've purchased or uploaded to OneDrive or pick your background music on Xbox One.

    Starting with version 10.17112.1531.0, Groove Music app comes with an equalizer, allowing you to adjust the sound frequency levels to your liking.

    This tutorial will show you how to use the equalizer to customize the sound of your music in the Groove Music app for your account in Windows 10.


    Here's How:

    1. While you have the Groove Music app open, click/tap on the Settings (gear) icon at the bottom left. (see screenshot below)

    Use Equalizer in Groove Music app in Windows 10-groove_music_equalizer-1.jpg

    2. In the Playback section, click/tap on Equalizer. (see screenshot below)

    Use Equalizer in Groove Music app in Windows 10-groove_music_equalizer-2.jpg

    3. You can now either select one of the nine presets: Flat, Treble boost, Bass boost, Headphones, Laptop, Portable speakers, Home stereo, TV, and Car, OR select Custom to manually adjust the Low, Mid Low, Mid, Mid High, and High levels to what sounds best to you. (see screenshots below)

    Use Equalizer in Groove Music app in Windows 10-groove_music_equalizer-3.jpg Use Equalizer in Groove Music app in Windows 10-groove_music_equalizer-4.jpg

    4. When finished adjusting the equalizer to what you want, you can close the equalizer.


    That's it,
    Shawn



  1. Cliff S's Avatar
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       #1

    Great Shawn:)

    I found out something today, after I told you it was somewhat buggy.
    I guess that was a generalization from lack of information.

    On my Maximus X it is buggy(in my case) maybe because of my Sonic Studio settings, the music stopped when I opened the EQ,, and I needed to restart Groove after, for the settings to take effect, so I couldn't hear anything while adjusting
    Of course with Sonic Studio I have an EQ built in(twice actually if you include the Application Manager portion, to fine tune all programs and apps).

    Anyhow... on my laptop, it worked as it should.
    Even though it's only a 5 band EQ, it made a noticeable difference on my laptop, just like the EQ does in WMP.
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  2. Brink's Avatar
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       #2

    Thanks for pointing that out Cliff.

    Any other EQ on the system may just interfere.
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  3. Cliff S's Avatar
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       #3

    Brink said:
    Thanks for pointing that out Cliff.

    Any other EQ on the system may just interfere.
    I bet it would be great though, for Windows 10 Virtual Machines though
    I might test it tomorrow, as I use my hosts libraries when testing(drag and drop too).
    But I need to figure out how to do it without homegroup now(you gotta tutorial on how to do it?), as the latest build has killed that option

    Found it!
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  4. Josey Wales's Avatar
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       #4

    I thought that App was dead?
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  5. Cliff S's Avatar
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    Win10 Pro, Win10 Pro N, Win10 Home, Win10 Pro Insider Fast Ring, Windows 8.1 Pro, Ubuntu
       #5

    Josey Wales said:
    I thought that App was dead?
    Nope! Just their music download platform.
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  6. Posts : 7
    Windows Vista SP2; Windows 7 SP1; Windows 10 1709
       #6

    Thank you for sharing the tutorial.

    I was pleasantly surprised when the equalizer was recently introduced, as the Music Pass service was recently discontinued. I hope that Microsoft continues to improve Groove, as I feel it has potential, but Microsoft does not seem to be too interested in it.
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