Chapter 14. Tux Rocks

Music à la Linux

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And now we come to the audio side of things. Yes, Linux does indeed rock, and in this chapter you will find out about the musical talents that your system possesses and how it can work with the musical talents that you possess. You will learn how to rip CDs, create MP3 and Ogg Vorbis files (files that you can recognize by their .mp3 and .ogg filename extensions), add album cover art, change file tags, play music files, and burn files onto audio CDs that you can play in any CD player. You’ll also learn about a number of applications that can help the musician within you. If you’re interested in learning how to ...

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