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I encountered the same problem. Go to sound settings --> applications and check if Rhythmbox is not muted.


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Note for the lazy others: you can install mp3blaster with sudo apt-get install mp3blaster For it to work properly, seemingly you need to launch it with padsp mp3blaster Here's how to compile it from source and eliminate the need for padsp: Many thanks to @andrew.46 for explaining that compiling against libsdl fixes this bug: Launchpad: man page ...


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I downloaded the tarball for mp3blaster and according to README, to install mp3blaster, you do: ./configure make make install P.S.: You should always read the README for installation instructions. The above commands are standard for installing software from a tarball too.


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For those who are looking for a GUI version that is able to select certain filetypes: the KDE tool soundKonverter https://github.com/HessiJames/soundkonverter asks which filetypes should be added to the conversation queue. Best solution for my huge Audiobook collection containing mp3/ogg/wma files.


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Had the same problem with Ubuntu 16.04. First installed clementine instead of rythmbox. Worked fine. Later I opened an .ogg soundfile with rythmbox and immedeatly after that, rythmbox started to import all .mp3 files. Now I have both players that work. Maybe it helps for someone.


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An Audacity 'project' has a file structure as follows: An *.aup Project File which is a simple xml file used as a reference file, thus not a big file in itself. A *_data folder containing many, many small .au files which are segments of the working file stored in uncompressed, lossless format = the large file sizes that you have experienced. Storing in a ...


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I had the same trouble, only with the gtk version. Turns out that in some repos (I tried Lubuntu and Synaptic), only the GUI front-end is available, without the actual subprograms, i.e., mp3gain, vorbisgain and aacgain. Going to the mp3gain site, as you found out, is useless since you'll only find Windows binaries. From another post link, it was apparent ...



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