I'm a frequent user of Google Voice, and I have issues hearing certain callers. Whenever this occurs, I have to turn the volume on Windows all the way up to 100%, and I still would like it louder.
As you can guess, doing this also turns all the other system sounds up to full-blast, which is very undesirable during a phone call. I know that you can change the volume of individual programs in Windows 7/8, but this would only let me restrict the volume of the other programs (assuming the overall volume is at 100%); I want to actually amplify the audio.
Is there any way I can amplify the audio output of an individual program/process?
I understand this will cause audio artifacts (especially if any clipping happens), but this is acceptable in my case given that I only want to amplify a particular program.