How To Install Audacious In Debian, Ubuntu, Linux Mint

Almost everyone likes music, but what music player do you use in your linux machine? Have you guys heard about Audacious?

Audacious is a very nice modern music player that focuses on audio quality and uses minimal computer resources. What can you do with audacious?

You can:

  1. Drag and drop folders and individual song files
  2. Search for artists and albums in your entire music library
  3. Create and edit your own custom playlists
  4. Listen to CD’s
  5. Stream music from the Internet

Are you the type of person that searches for lyrics while listening to a song? The plugins included with Audacious music player can be used to find the lyrics of the song you are listening to, this is a very nice feature that makes searching lyrics an easy task.

If you come from a Windows background you probably know about Winamp. Audacious offers a modern GTK-themed interface, but you can change things up with Winamp Classic skins.

Users of Debian and its derivatives can install Audacious with apt-get:

apt-get install audacious

How To Install Audacious Music Player In Debian, Ubuntu, Linux Mint

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