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Vote:Best Unix Earcandy

CmdrTaco posted more than 14 years ago | from the do-you-hear-what-I'm-saying dept.

The 2000 Beanies 2

A good desktop has a voice too these days. This is the software that makes your desktop sound good. Your nominations revealed the following contenders: XMMS, mpg123, ALSA, and EsounD. Discuss the nominees and vote.

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what about aRts? (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 14 years ago | (#1360507)

aRts is an advanced multimedia framework. It's about the same as Steinberg's VST technology. Realtime (we're talking milliseconds!) effects, most flexible routing mechanisms (mix, chain and apply filters to any number of audio-channels). Filters are easily plugged in, available are e.g. reverb, delay, chorus, flanger, ...

See aRts' homepage [] for yourself.

XMP (1)

Norbert de Jonge (1225) | more than 14 years ago | (#1360508)

XMP is the best Linux (Unix) earcandy... without a doubt. I'll have to choose 'Abstain' here.
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