Accessible music equalizer app for iOS?

I've had an Apple Music subscription for a few years, and have a small music collection stored there. I recently discovered that Voice Dream Reader can play zipped MP3 albums, and I'd love to use that so I don't have to mess around with iTunes. However, Voice Dream lacks an equalizer. Last night I searched AppleVis, and found Static Music Player, an app which has an eleven-band equalizer and claims to be able to import music from various sources. It's obvious, however, that this app hasn't been updated in quite some time. It can no longer import from Dropbox since it still uses the old Dropbox platform which was retired last June, and for some reason it isn't seeing my Apple Music library even though it claims to support it.

Does anyone know of a modern, accessible music app with an actual equalizer (not just a few presets) which can import from Apple Music, Dropbox, or other sources? Better yet, is there any accessible equalizer which can equalize whatever some other app is playing, so I could use Voice Dream, various radio apps, etc?
Thanks.

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#1 Few things

Apple Music is their streaming service so I don’t know what you mean when you say you have things stored there. Did you maybe mean iTunes Match? Also, iTunes isn’t a playback app in iOS, its just for purchasing media. The Music app is for playback and an equalizer is available in the Music page of the Settings app. Cheers

#2 Geez...

As I read back my above reply it makes me realize just how convoluted the iOS music situation has gotten! Its a tangled mess of various apps, services and confusing terminology. That whole part of the user experience is in bad need of a total overhaul