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  1. Hello. Enjoying Poweramp v3. A recent update forced audio ducking in my config. I've never used ducking before in a player. Now that I've tried it, I actually like the idea a little bit, but it could use some improvement. I would like to only have the audio duck when a sound/notification from specific apps play. (ducking app whitelist) I would also like to configure the ducking volume level when an app is playing sound.. Finally, I would love to also configure the ducking volume level when an app is recording audio. For example: I never want notifications/sounds causing audio ducking, except for WAZE.. Waze is a GPS-enabled social map, which notifies drivers about things like police, road hazards/stopped vehicles, construction, red light, speed cameras, etc. These notifications would be nice to trigger the ducking. I would prefer the audio ducking to be less-aggressive in volume reduction. It would be nice to be able to set the duck volume for any whitelisted apps, such as Waze, and Voxer. This would round-off the ducking feature nicely IMO.
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