This shortcut does 2 things for audio and video files:
- Apply audio equalizer presets
- Boost audio volume if needed
The a-Shell mini app is required because it provides FFmpeg.
- Install a-Shell mini
- Run this shortcut
- Select a file to equalize
The shortcut will prompt for an equalizer preset.
- Over a dozen presets
- 10-band equalizer
- Automatically boosts volume to optimum levels
- Apply optional filters (see below)
- Bass Booster
- Hip Hop
- Mid Booster
- Treble Booster
- The “Deep” preset is a favorite.
- Try the “Classical” preset along with the “Extra Stereo” filter.
- Easily edit existing presets in JSON format.
- There are about 11 prompts for permissions.
Apply one or more optional filter effects to clean up speech or enhance stereo and more.
- Equalizer: Choose from a dozen EQ presets. [firequalizer]
- Dynamic Normalize: Even out the file’s volume with dynamic normalization. [dynaudnorm]
- Loud Normalize: Even out the file’s loudness with loudness normalization. [loudnorm]
- Stereo Widen: Insert a delay to make stereo sound wider. [stereowiden]
- Extra Stereo: Increase the stereo effect. [extrastereo]
- Speech Isolation: Isolate speech in challenging or noisy environments. [lowpass] [highpass] [compand]
- Speech Normalize: Even out the speech volume with speech normalization. [speechnorm]
- Noise Reduction: Mildly reduce noise in audio. [afftdn]
- Lower Pitch: Lower the audio’s pitch without changing the tempo. [asetrate] [aresample] [atempo]
- Raise Pitch: Raise the audio’s pitch without changing the tempo. [asetrate] [aresample] [atempo]
- Chorus: Apply a mild chorus effect [chorus]
- Reverb: Apply a mild reverb effect [aecho]
Latest Release Notes
2.2.2 - July 29, 2023, 5:56 a.m.
- Fixed: Bug with saving to files on iOS 16.
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