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Fun Audio Effector

Demo version is here:              Production version is here:
Available in Android Market     Available in Android Market

Fun Audio Effector allows you to create your favorite sounds easily.
Fun Audio Effector provides various kinds of audio effects with easy user interface.

  • Easy user interface that consists only of slide volumes and buttons
  • 5-band graphic equalizer
  • 13-preset equalizer: 3 user-defined presets (press & hold the button to save the equalizer setting), and 10 system-defined presets
  • Bass boost
  • Virtual 3D audio
  • Simple spectrum analyzer
  • Notification icon to indicate that the audio effect engines are activated
  • 2 effector source modes: Player mode*1 for the current media player, and Output mix mode for any audio outputs
  • Supports both landscape and portrait screens with optimized layout, also supports auto-screen-rotation
        *1. Player mode may not work with some third-party media players. In this case, select output mix mode.


    1. This application periodically requires a network connection for a license check only. However, once validity of the license is confirmed, 
        you can use the application without a network connection for a few days.

    2. Some custom OSs may not support all of the audio effect engines used by this application. In this case, some or all of the features 
        may not function. By using the free demo version, you can verify whether the application works on your system.


1. Open Fun Audio Effector screen

(1). From  your application launcher

    Press the following icon in your application launcher: 

(2). From Android Music player options menu

    Press "Sound effects" menu item in Android Music player options menu.

(3). From the notifications panel 

    Open the notifications panel, and press "Audio effects ..." notification.    
    In Player mode, the notification shows only while the media player is working.

Once you open Fun Audio Effector screen, all of the audio effects provided by this application are enabled reflecting the settings.

2. Disable all of the audio effects

If you want to disable all of the audio effects, press the menu button to open the options menu, press
 "Effects off" menu item, and  the press the "OK" button in the dialog that opens.

3. Tune the equalizer

Press one of the preset buttons (the preset button window can be scrolled vertically), or slide the graphic equalizer slide volumes.
If you press the preset button,  the button title color will be changed to green and the preset equalizer will be selected.
If you press the same button again, the button title color will be back to gray and  the preset equalizer will be deselected, returning 
to the previous graphic equalizer setting. This will help you to compare the sounds before and after easily.

4. Create user-defined presets (USER1, USER2, USER3)

Press and hold USER1, USER2, or USER3 button until a "Save" dialog opens, and press the "OK" button
in the dialog. Then the current graphic equalizer setting is saved as the user-defined preset.

5. Enable/Disable the other audio effects

Press "BASS BOOST" button, and/or "3D" button for virtual 3D audio.

6. Simple spectrum analyzer

The simple spectrum analyzer indicates frequency spectrum of audio outputs using a bar graph.
Each bar indicates signal strength of each octave band.

    In output mix mode, currently, the audio effects settings will not be reflected to the display.
    This should be because of the Android OS issues.

7. Change preference settings

Press the menu button to open the options menu, and press "Settings" menu item to open the preference screen.

(1) Effector source

You can select one of the following modes:
    The audio effects are attached to the current media player.
    The audio effect engines are activated ONLY WHILE the media player is working.
    This will help to save system resources and battery power.

    Output mix
    The audio effects are attached to all of audio outputs.
    The audio effect engines are always activated.

While the audio effects engines are activated, the following notification icon shows in the Status bar:

(2) Spectrum analyzer

If you don't need the spectrum analyzer, you can disable it by uncheking "Show" item.
If disabled, the preset button window in a portrait screen, and the graphic equalizer window in a landscape screen are wider.
This will be useful especially for small screen devices.

(3) Reset to default

Press "Reset to default" item, and press the "OK" button in the dialog that opens.

The default settings are as follows:

    Graphic equalizer - Flat
    Preset equalizer  - Not selected
    Bass Boost - OFF
    Virtual 3D audio - OFF
    Effector source - Player
    Spectrum analyzer - Show

User presets are kept.