DeaDBeeF 1.9.0 Released! How to install it in Ubuntu 22.04

DeaDBeeF music player released new 1.9.0 version a day ago. Here’s what’s new and how to install the application in Ubuntu. DeaDBeeF is one of my favorite music players, especially for its design mode. Glory to Ukraine! In this release you’ll see two little hearts (in blue and yellow) in the title bar of app… Continue reading DeaDBeeF 1.9.0 Released! How to install it in Ubuntu 22.04

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How to Install the Simple Audio Recorder in Ubuntu 22.04

This simple tutorial shows how to install the tiny sound recording app “Audio Recorder” in Ubuntu 22.04 LTS. “Audio Recorder” is a little open-source app that can record audio from your system’s sound card, microphone, browsers, webcams and any sound that your PC plays out. The tool has a built-in timer that automates audio recording… Continue reading How to Install the Simple Audio Recorder in Ubuntu 22.04

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Audacious 4.2 Beta Adds Dark Mode & New Icons for Qt Interface

Audacious audio player announced the first beta for the next major 4.2 release few days ago. The new release improved the user experience for those running the player in Qt interface, including the dark mode theme and new Flat icon set. The Qt dark mode will be default in Windows. For other systems as well… Continue reading Audacious 4.2 Beta Adds Dark Mode & New Icons for Qt Interface

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EasyEffects (Formerly PulseEffects) – Apply Audio Effects to PipeWire Apps

The popular audio manipulation tool, PulseEffects, finally adds supports for PipeWire sound server by re-naming to EasyEffects. EasyEffects is a GTK4 app designed for only PipeWire sound server. For PulseAudio, default sound service in current Ubuntu releases, PulseEffects is still available. The UI looks almost same as before, and it may apply effects including Auto… Continue reading EasyEffects (Formerly PulseEffects) – Apply Audio Effects to PipeWire Apps

Easy Switch Between Audio Devices with PyAudioSelector Indicator

PyAudioSelector, an open-source project written in Python, is a GTK3 indicator applet for Ubuntu users to easy switch between audio devices for all or some of the audio sources. With the indicator applet, you can even set the different audio sources to different output devices. How to Install: The project is now under early development… Continue reading Easy Switch Between Audio Devices with PyAudioSelector Indicator

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