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comment No more sound after running Ardour
That is not enough ... still no sound!
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comment Normalize .ogg audio files with the command line
@vasa1: In my tests I found that compression would give better dynamic to the sound, mainly for those who are mainly low level and with one peak. I finally adjusted (with Audacity) the 3 files with those special peaks and run the normalization on all the files. Since the original file was really low, I added -a -15dBFS. With that option, I don't hear quality degradation.
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revised Normalize .ogg audio files with the command line
It's more about normalization than compression
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accepted How to prevent automatic apt-get operations from running for a while?
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comment How to prevent automatic apt-get operations from running for a while?
I guess this is the good way to do it. The equivalent in command line (as averything is automated in our case) is to patch the /etc/apt/apt.conf.d/10periodic file.