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9 First Steps with Ubuntu 15.04
One of the first things to do with a new release of Ubuntu is to check for updates. Typically, I won't upgrade to the latest release immediately, so there's always quite a few updates since the release. There's a handy Software Updater tool which makes the updating process painless.

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RealPlayer allows you to play streaming audio and video over the Internet in real-time.


  • Autocomp
    Autocomp attempts to generate simple bass/drum/keys accompaniment parts from chord sheets, suitable for practising with. It takes as input a text file containing chord changes, plus time signature and bpm information, and outputs a csound .sco file containing a simple arrangement of those changes. A sample .orc file containing a bass instrument, a selection of keyboard instruments and a small sample-based drumkit is provided.
  • Drum Count
    Drum count is software to count drum hits in real time. It's a useful practice tool for drummers, and is easy to use.
  • Gneutronica
    Gneutronica is a MIDI drum machine software for linux with a gnome based user interface to allow easy creation and play back of drum tracks to external MIDI devices
  • Hydrogen
    Hydrogen is an advanced drum machine for GNU/Linux. It's main goal is to bring professional yet simple and intuitive pattern-based drum programming. Features include: Graphical user interface based on QT 3, Sample based audio engine, Oss Audio driver
  • jdkdrum
    jdkdrum supplies a simple back end drum machine syntheses engine using raw 16 bit mono drum samples and reads stdin for an ascii drum pattern description.
  • JTrigger
    JTrigger is a sample player/drum machine intended for use with hardware trigger pads, but it works fine with any sort of external MIDI sequencer as well. It supports up to 2048 samples, has velocity sensitivity, and can load anything supported by libsndfile. It attempts to keep resource usage low.
    The LDRUM is an open-source drum machine that offers ten channels, realtime control, a simple pattern sequencer and a graphical user-interface. It currently runs under Linux only, it is developed in C++ and uses JACK, ALSA, Qt and LADSPA (it's a JAQL app;).
  • Open Beat Box
    Open Beat Box is a virtual drum machine. It is a program to make songs with music sample in loops instead of the traditional method with scores and instruments.
  • pyTrommler
    pyTrommler is a cross platform drum machine that is loosely based on the now defunct Trommler project. It supports WAV files as samples and features real-time audio playback.
  • RhythmLab
    RhythmLab is a drum-machine-like program which allows you to compose and visualize polyrhythms. It needs a soundcard, an OSS driver, and GTK 1.2.
  • Slag
    The Slag project is a pattern-based audio sequencer that can currently be used as a simple drum box. It features real-time editing, optional JACK support with individual ports for tracks, volume settings for pads and tracks, a virtually unlimited number of tracks and patterns, the ability to link song parts together, and real-time audio file output.
  • thud
    thud is a drum machine application. It can sequence a drum pattern using 8 WAV file tracks in the style of a drum machine.
  • Trommler
    Trommler is an X-windows based drum machine distributed under GPL. It supports complex rhythms, with realtime (stereo) audio output using the OSS API.
  • TromVSpacer
    TromVSpacer is an extension for the excellent rhythm machine called Trommler that allows you to build a rhythm from a set of samples, which originally intended to be drum samples.
  • Virtual Drum Machine
    Virtual Drum Machine takes a rhythm file, translates it into C code, and compiles the C code. You then can replay the rhythm or save it to a file.

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