Mac: Not all apps have the same base volume, and sometimes one app likes to really scream at you while another is too soft. Volume Mixer allows you to independently control the volume of apps. Volume Mixer sits in your menu bar and you can easily move the volume up and down for each app that's running. It's a simple little thing, but considering Windows users have had this forever, it's nice to have a way to do it on a Mac. The $14.52 asking price might be a little steep for some people, but you can check out a free 15-day trial to see if it fits into your workflow.
Volume Mixer Is An Application Specific Volume Controller For Mac
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