Upconvert 'system-ready' startup sound to 5.1 surround
The long-time 'system-ready' startup sound in Ubuntu is a nice stereo recording.
Modern sound formats, such as AC3, support 5.1 and even 7.1 surround sound. As Ubuntu finds itself the basis for more and more media/TV PCs, it would be *super* slick for Ubuntu to sport the OS industry's first (?) 5.1/7.1 channel startup sound. I think it would be very forward-looking and have a unique, high-fidelity appeal to our platform.
|Luke Yelavich (themuso) wrote : Re: [Bug 834802] Re: Upconvert 'system-ready' startup sound to surround/AC3||#2|
- Upconvert 'system-ready' startup sound to surround/AC3
+ Upconvert 'system-ready' startup sound to 5.1 surround
|no longer affects:||ubuntu-sounds (Ubuntu Oneiric)|
|Changed in ubuntu-sounds (Ubuntu):|
|assignee:||Luke Yelavich (themuso) → nobody|