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I would like to be able to set three custom keyboard shortcuts to be able to decrease, increase and mute the volume in Ubuntu 12.04 (Unity). On my old Ubuntu 10.04 (Gnome) system I made CTRL + [, CTRL + ] and CTRL + \ my commands to achieve this.

What is the simplest way to go about this?

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askubuntu.com/q/51156/47206 –  cipricus Aug 28 '12 at 11:52
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Open System Settings, go to Keyboard, then the Shortcuts tab, and finally choose Sound and Media in the list on the left. You can then choose the Volume related items in the list on the right side, and select which keybinding to use.

(Reverse usage of left and right here, for RTL languages.)

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