Rhythmbox—Your Audio Player
The main audio player in Ubuntu is called Rhythmbox (see Figure 14-2), which seems to function pretty much like a simplified version of Apple's iTunes application. It's a relatively easy-to-use audio player that, despite some quirkiness in its early stages, has developed quite a following in the Linux world. To run Rhythmbox, just go to the Applications menu and select Sound & Video ▸ Rhythmbox Music Player.
Figure 14-2. The Rhythmbox audio player
Adding Songs and Albums to the Rhythmbox Library
If you are familiar with Apple's iTunes, then you should understand the Library in Rhythmbox too, because it is essentially the ...