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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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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. ...


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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 ...


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Asunder seems to fit my needs.


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you can use Bluetooth ( & pulseaudio ): to stream music from the phone to Ubuntu to use your pc mic to do calls Here a complete guide for ubuntu ( it is a bit tricky since there is not a gui ) http://blog.stevenocchipinti.com/2012/10/bluetooth-audio-streaming-from-phone-to.html/


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use vlc. open a terminal and type sudo apt-get install vlc and then open the wpl or m3u with vlc player.


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You need to get an external HD for your music. The other profiles wont look into your home folder for stuff as it's owned by sudo, and cannot be accessed. If you cannot get another HD, then follow these instructions to give the other profiles access to your files.



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