Audacious, the popular lightweight audio player, released new 4.4 version this Wednesday! The new release of this free open-source music player restores Lyrics plugin for GTK interface, and adds new provider chartlyrics.com. Thanks to Michel Fleur, there’s now “Background Music” ...

This is a step by step guide shows you how to enable the event sounds (system sound or custom sound) for login and log out actions in Ubuntu 24.04 LTS. When booting Ubuntu 24.04 from a live USB, it plays ...

This tutorial shows how to install the popular Spotify music app in Ubuntu Linux though Snap, Deb, or Flatpak packages. Spotify supports for Linux officially through Snap package which runs in sandbox environment, and Deb package that’s native in Debian ...

GNOME Desktop considers adding a new core application for audio playback! It’s Decibels, a basic free open-source audio player that is supposed to fill the gap of GNOME currently not having a Core app that is designed to open single ...

For users of Audacity 3.4.x, the popular audio editor and recorder app just announced the second update for this release series. It’s Audacity 3.4.2 that includes following bug-fixes: Fix crash when opening projects with zero-length clips. Fix a crash when ...

Audacity audio editor and recording tool announced the new major 3.4.0 release after almost 2 weeks of beta testing. The new release features Beats and measures grid, allows to easily align audio clips to the musical tempo and rhythm. It ...

For those who want to install the simple Audio Recorder application in Ubuntu 23.04 and next Ubuntu 23.10, here’s new Ubuntu PPA. Audio Recorder is a free open-source GTK3 audio recording application for Linux. It has a stupid simple user ...

For Ubuntu 23.04, Fedora 38 and other Linux with GNOME 44, there’s now an extension allows to change display name of audio output devices from the top-right aggregation menu (aka Quick Settings). By default,  the speakers and headphones in the ...

Got a Logitech or SteelSeries headset? This app may help to adjust sidetone, get battery state, toggle LED, and set inactive time in Ubuntu Linux. It’s HeadsetControl, a free and open-source application that supports: Logitech G430, G432, G433, G533, G535, ...