Ubuntu will automatically switch sound output to Bluetooth when you connect a Bluetooth speaker or headset in Ubuntu 17.10, as this video demonstrates.
Whether you’re a student needing to take notes from a lecture you recorded or a blogger trying to transcribe an audio interview, the following little GNOME app can help. Turning an audio recording into text […]
Though I tend to stream music from the cloud when at my desktop PC, I prefer to download and play local audio files when listening to podcasts and audio books on the move. Earlier this week I needed convert a stack of […]
Is it a mic? Is it a speaker? No, it's a … well, actually GNOME doesn't know either — but the open-source desktop is about to be smarter about finding out.
Polish to the UX of wireless connections and sound devices is coming
Last week we highlighted a handy applet for Ubuntu sound enthusiasts that allows input and output devices to be switched on demand, ad-hoc style.
Sound Switcher lets you switch between audio input and output devices straight from the system tray - no need for Ubuntu System Settings.
Several years back developer David Henningsson created a small app that ttys to turns a regular ol' laptop headphone jack into a microphone input jack - and in this post we show you how to use it.
If you want - nay need - to record something from a radio station, a live web-cast performance or some other 'audio' event playing on your computer in Ubuntu how can you do so?
Have you gone the extra mile to install Ubuntu on every device you possibly can, even your kitchen toaster? When you get yourself a shiny new car, is the first thing you do customize it? Then the Navisurfer II is just what you need to "pimp your ride".