Have you ever had two or more tabs open with sound? Be it listening to music, watching a video, a video conference, or all together, you probably already thought that it would be interesting to be able to individually control the volume of each tab. If you've already caught yourself in this scenario, don't worry, there's a Google Chrome extension that lets you control the sound volume per tab, the Volume Master. This is useful when you want to focus and hear one tab louder than the other. You can easily decrease the intensity of songs or sounds in different tabs and also create some other effects.
Volume Master to control tab volume in Google Chrome
You can easily and safely download Volume Master from the Chrome Web Store. Once downloaded and installed, you can access and control the volume of each tab simply by clicking on the extension icon.
If the icon is not visible, you need to click on the puzzle icon and select to make it visible in the extension's shortcuts:
Adjust volume in Chrome tabs separately
In order to control the volume of a tab, simply click the Volume Master icon and adjust the control bar to separately control the volume of that tab. You can choose between 100% up to 600%, the extension is even capable of increasing the volume of the music or videos that you are playing in the tab, but with a loss of quality.
You can change from 10% to 10%, which gives you good control over the volume of each tab, almost 60 volume levels.
You can see below the list of guides that are playing audio. Clicking on any item in the list will take you to that open tab. All tabs now have independent volume control!
Volume Master is completely free and does not display ads. It is about 20 KB. In general, it is a small, safe, and very useful extension for your Google Chrome.
Hope this post helped you! :)