Listening to Music

If you’re anything like us, you might be a huge music fan. One of the downsides of having a fairly large music collection is the physical problem of having to store so many CDs. Wouldn’t it be great if you could pack them all away somewhere, yet still have access to all the music when you want it? Some manufacturers experimented with rather bulky jukeboxes that stored 250 CDs at once. The main downside with that was that finding a particular piece of music could take hours, having to cycle through each CD in the hope that it would match your mood.

Fortunately for us, Ubuntu is fantastic at working with CDs, even enabling you to rip all your CD collection into a vast searchable music library, letting you quickly create playlists, ...

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