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Currently, if this thread is anything to go off of, cross-fade in VLC is not easily feasible as the core of the program does not support gapless music and any add-on enabling cross-fade would have to "edit" the core of the program. There is no add-on listed on the official add-on repository either.
Based on our discussion, I assume that the database was corrupted. Delete it rm ~/.local/share/rhythmbox/rhythmdb.xml or rename it mv ~/.local/share/rhythmbox/rhythmdb.xml ~/.local/share/rhythmbox/rhythmdb.xml.bak And start the import again.
ProjectM is a standalone visualization app that plays the WinAmp MilkDrop visualizations. It's engine is what powers the visualizations on XMBC, Clementine and others. It can be installed stand-alone and will play visualizations for whatever is pumping out of your speakers (technical: it taps into pulseaudio to "hear" the audio). This way you can use ...
What you probably want is a tracker, to organize, create, and modify sounds. Here are some sources I like milkytracker, which takes a little getting used to. its interface isn't what I would call intuitive, but it has some neat features, like being able to draw the sound you want to make. There are numerous online tutorials as well. ...
The old 8-Bit stuff is characterized by subtractive synthesis based on the waveform "square", with addition of envelopes and filters. You can try using Amsynth to create the typical 8-Bit sound Wiki - Linux Audio Software An example of how to program such sounds (different software, same principle) can be found here
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