[LAU] Sound Board for Linux?

Ralf Mardorf ralf.mardorf at alice-dsl.net
Wed Aug 22 11:10:38 UTC 2012

On Wed, 2012-08-22 at 12:05 +0100, Dan MacDonald wrote:
> Hi Michael!
> You could potentially get away with just using Nautilus - the file
> manager in GNOME 2 - as that plays sound files as soon as you move
> your mouse over them but there is another app I struggle to remember
> the name of right now but its been discussed on this list before so
> someone will remember it if it doesn't come to me.
> The app that I think would be best suited to what he wants to do is a
> audio file preview app thats pretty new so its not in any of the big
> distro repos that I know of yet but it displays visual previews of all
> samples contained within specified folders and you can play them back
> by clicking on the preview - its the 'name that app' challenge!
> :)

GNOME 2 is dead! And GNOME2 Nautilus wasn't able to pitch samples and do
things like that.

Perhaps Psychsynth might be something the OP does need?

I don't know,

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