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fluidsynth from http://www.fluidsynth.org/. Use it like this: fluidsynth /some/dir/with/sundfonts/some_soundfont.sf2 some.mid You can find soundfonts here: https://musescore.org/de/handbuch/soundfont And quite a nice collection of MIDI files to try this out here: http://garyrog.50megs.com/midi1.html I especially like the soundfont "Timbres of Heaven" ...


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You have specifically mentioned the files(s)/directory(ies) to be copied as using *.mp3 i.e. any file/directory name ending in .mp3. So any file ending in .mp3 in /media/kalenpw/MyBook/Music/ directory and similarly, any directory ending in .mp3 in /media/kalenpw/MyBook/Music/ will be copied, recursively. If there is no such matched file/directory, nothing ...


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Use: find /media/kalenpw/MyBook/Music/ -name '*.mp3' -exec cp {} /media/kalenpw/HDD/Music \; The reason for your command not working is that names containing wildcards (*.mp3) are expanded before the command is run, so if you had three files (01.mp3, 02.mp3, 03.mp3) your effective command was: cp -R /media/kalenpw/MyBook/Music/01.mp3 /media/kalenpw/...


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You need tell us how it fails. Maybe it is playing but your output channel is silent/muted. I have seen that. You can't tell in base gui sometimes, a button says volume is not muted. However, that may not track the method (channel)the player is wanting to use. Because there are many audio frameworks loaded at once, watch out!. New installs may have ...



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