Posts Tagged ‘music’

Lilypond can be used to create music, as I described in the post adding-music-notation-to-latex-with-lilypond. This is fine for piano, but what if you want to add guitar tabs? Simple – just add a TabStaff to the score. Lilypond will figure out the fingering for you. For example: song = {     e4 d c d e […]

Ever wanted to add some music to a document? It’s not really a big feature for most word processors and most solutions involve creating an image using some third party software and copying that image into the document. The idea is the same in LaTeX, but it’s much easier to manage. LilyPond is a free […]

Getting MP3s working on Amarok

Posted: 26th July 2009 by Tim in Ubuntu
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Amarok, by default, does not come with the MP3 codecs installed. This is for a variety of reasons that I’m not going to go in to here. To get MP3s working in amarok, or to listen to internet radio, you need to install the libxine1-ffmpeg package. In ubuntu, that means doing the following: sudo apt-get […]