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My only suggestion would be to use the new(er) Fluidsynth-based MIDI output, which is included in the 1.9 branch. It runs in-process and fully supports volume control.
I set the EQ settings I want and press "Enable". Usually after that, if I set an app's volume within Pavucontrol, that volume level will be remembered over time. So if I change MIDI tracks, the volume I set before will be remembered.
If Pavucontrol does not remember the volume levels you set before, here is the trick: go back to the EQ program, disable it (uncheck the box) and Enable it back again. Usually this solves it. You have to set the volume levels on Pavucontrol once again after doing that.
Everytime you have Pavucontrol not remembering volume levels, repeat that process. Uncheck and re-check the box until it works (usually just doing once fixes it)
If you depend on the EQ app too much, one way to prevent having to do this all the time is never disabling the EQ, but instead go directly to the profiles and select a different profile (save the ones you use, and click Flat to simulate the app turned off)
In case anyone wonders how I listen to MIDIs on Linux, I just use Winamp on Wine, really convenient, read all formats and is lighter in memory use. Just make sure to go to "Preferences", Plug-Ins, "Output" and select Pulseaudio, in case the audio is not being played properly.
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