Sing into Spring: Songbird in Version 1.1

Mar 17, 2009

The Songbird music player is now out as version 1.1. Next to some normalization enhancements, the free software includes a watch folders feature and optimized album cover downloads.

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Multimedia and the Kernel Multimedia Support in the Linux Kernel

Feb 28, 2009

We'll show you how to tune up your Linux system for multimedia applications.

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Lean and Mean Bug Killer: Amarok 2.0.1

Jan 09, 2009

Amarok's version 2.0.1 kills 33 bugs and, thanks to numerous improvements, needs a lot less RAM.

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Practical Ruby Projects Chapter 2: Making Music with Ruby

Dec 21, 2008

Learn advanced programming techniques and explore Ruby’s full potential through a varied series of exciting projects

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Amarok 2 Makes Fresh Start for KDE4

Dec 11, 2008

Two years ago the development team of the popular Amarok audio player for KDE put themselves to work. A few days ago they released version 2 to rock the world.

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Songbird 1.0 Takes Flight

Dec 04, 2008

After many years of development, the Songbird open source software is finally released as version 1.0.

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MIDI with Linux Connecting a MIDI keyboard to your Linux system

Nov 12, 2008

A MIDI keyboard is a useful extension to any audio workstation. Learn how to connect a MIDI instrument to your Linux sound studio through a MIDI interface device.

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Creative Puts X-Fi Drivers under GPL

Nov 08, 2008

It might have been in an inconspicuous place on their Forums page where Creative Labs announced a new version of the Linux drivers for the Sound Blaster X-Fi and X-Fi Titanium series, but for owners of these sound cards, this news created somewhat of a sensation. The source code is not only readily available, but it's licensed under GPL v2.

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