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Guitar Systemsounds: Jam

   1.1  

System Sounds

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Guitar Systemsounds: Jam
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Downloads:  5387
Submitted:  Feb 22 2010
Updated:  Oct 24 2010

Description:

Soundset consists of short licks and notes I played with my guitars.

Extract the archive into ~/.local/share/sounds.
If the directory doesn't exist, make one.
Then open System> Settings> Sounds and select 'Jam'.

If you have an old version installed,
remove /usr/share/sounds/jam or ~/.local.share/sounds/Jam,
before you install a new one.




Changelog:

ver 1.1: added some sounds.




LicenseGPL
(Jam.tar.gz)
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 Genial!

 
 by mtax on: Mar 16 2010
 
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So cool ! The Desktop-login reminds me " wayne's world" :D


Ubuntu is an old African word, it means "I am a stupid shit, I don't know how to netinstall Debian"
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 Re: Genial!

 
 by starcycle on: Mar 16 2010
 
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Thanks!


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 Nice.

 
 by mrhmouse on: Oct 25 2010
 
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This is a pretty extensive sound theme! Where did you find a list of all sounds to make? I've just been using the names from the Default theme and I have far fewer sounds than you.
I checked GNOME specifications and it wasn't too helpful on sound file names.


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 Re: Nice.

 
 by starcycle on: Oct 25 2010
 
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Thanks. My sound files names just came from the other soundsets. I downloaded more than half of the soundsets here, unarchived them and made a list of files.


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 Re: Re: Nice.

 
 by mrhmouse on: Oct 25 2010
 
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Ahhh, thanks ^^
From here out I'll have a more extensive list of filenames to use :D
Also, I like your theme, voted up ^^
A bit too loud for my tastes, but a good theme!


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 how to?

 
 by dizmul on: Oct 26 2010
 
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i love the sounds but i'm curious how to enable such sounds as window move... plz help?


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 Re: how to?

 
 by starcycle on: Oct 26 2010
 
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I use Ubuntu as main OS now, and sometimes test some distibutions on VirtualBox. There I experienced that a certain sound rings on a certain event in one distribution, but not on the other distro, though both of them use GNOME. It's hard to install and test a huge numbers of distros, so I made a sound files list, as mentioned in a previous questions, omit some suspicious files names from it, then work on the rest. Window-move didn't seem to be so suspicious, that's the reason.

All I hope is that this sound rings when it meet an unknown distribution.

Sorry for the useless answer, and loose English.


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 sounds are amazing

 
 by codehasbeenbroken on: Oct 29 2010
 
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i like login sound


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 Re: sounds are amazing

 
 by starcycle on: Oct 30 2010
 
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Thanks!


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 Thanx!

 
 by rafeviper on: Dec 27 2010
 
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Dude, thanx a lot for this sound theme =) it's really awesome! And it includes more sounds than the one that comes by default with Ubuntu =)


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 Re: Thanx!

 
 by starcycle on: Dec 30 2010
 
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As I mentioned in some conversations above, this set includes some indistinct-files. But this set beeps on some events where default Ubuntu doesn't. It's good enough for me. Thanks!


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