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Five Audio and video utilities for managing and manipulating media files.

Asoundconf-gtk:applet to select the default ALSA sound card.

Based on asoundconf code, but as a GTK+ front-end.

Useful if you have two cards, and switch between the two.

There is already this functionality in GNOME, but this is indeed useful if you do not use that desktop environment, and asoundconf-gtk also supports PulseAudio toggling.

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Similar packages: Aubio-tools: a library for audio segmentation -- utilities.

Aubio gathers a set of functions for audio signal segmentation and labelling. The library contains a phase vocoder, onset and pitch detection functions, a beat tracking algorithm and other sound processing utilities.

This package provides command line tools to run the different algorithms.

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Asmixer: afterStep audio mixer.

Asmixer is a small audio mixer. It follows the look and feel of the AfterStep window manager and is ideally suited to be run within AfterStep's Wharf module.

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Similar packages: Ascd: CD player and mixer.

AScd is a small CD player and mixer that can be "docked" with AfterStep and WindowMaker window managers.

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Arts: sound system from the official KDE release.

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Ubuntu is a Linux distribution that offers an operating system predominantly focused on desktop computers but also provides support for servers. Based on Debian GNU / Linux, Ubuntu focuses on ease of use, freedom in usage restriction, regular releases (every 6 months) and ease of installation.
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