Linux Sound (Jan Newmarch)

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Linux Sound (Jan Newmarch)

This book demystifies the Linux audio system setup, explains the basic and advanced use of the system, and profiles the wide range of sound and music programs and development software available for Linux in clear, simple-to-understand English.

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About the Authors
At the University of Canberra in Australia, Jan Newmarch lectures in the Department of Information Science and Engineering. The most well-known online tutorial on Jini was written by him, who is well-known in the Java and Jini communities.
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(Draft, November 5, 2012)
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