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Does Ubuntu support audio ducking for a non-voice over IP program? Again, the program is not voice over IP program, like Skype or mumbled.

For example if I have a music player on, I want it so that every time I play audio from a text-to-speech program, the volume on the music player automatically is lowered or muted. I guess the muted program may as well be system wide audio, except for the text-to-speech program.

I know Windows supports voice over IP ducking, but that requires a voice over IP program. My text to speech program obviously is not a voice over IP program, so I was hoping there was a way to enable ducking.

Here is the audio ducking panel in windows:

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