Hello, I have a 55 gallon freshwater aquarium. It consists of 2 goldfishes. I've been getting alot of algae at a fast pace since I got new LED lights and since I've been using tap water. My guess is that my tap water is high in phosphate. I used to get freshwater from my local fish store but it has become more difficult to get there at a routine because of my new work schedule. So in turn, I just ordered Seachem Regulator and Alkaline Regulator to keep my PH level at 7.4, since my tap has a level of PH 8.2. Now, since I got the PH problem down, I need a filter media that'll keep the algae at bay. I honestly don't want to get another fish that eats algae. I'm wondering if Seachem Seagel would help or if there are any other chemical filter medias I can use to keep the algaes to the very minimum. Thank you!