Turn Google Music into a separate, beautiful application compatible with your Mac’s media keys and including support for notifications.
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A simple, yet useful music player for musicians. It simply plays an audio file (mp3, wav, flac, ogg… whatever libavcodec supports), with the possibility to have an A-B-replay (i.e. a loop of only a part of the song). Both markers can be set very fine grained, to make it easy to match an exact bar. (+/- 10 ms).
This is very handy, if you want to play along some part of a song.
A simple music server for Raspberry Pi.
With a simple web-based UI.
ympd is a lightweight MPD (Music Player Daemon) web client that runs without a dedicated webserver or interpreters like PHP, NodeJS or Ruby. It’s tuned for minimal resource usage and requires only very litte dependencies.
This is a simple audio spectrum visualizer. It works well with the mpd music player daemon.
PIGS (Pi Grooveshark) is both a server-side and client-side application that leverages the Grooveshark RubyGem to create a convenient way to play music on-demand. You can run PIGS on any Unix-like host; I created this project to run on a Raspberry Pi.
Mopidy is a music server which can play music both from multiple sources, like your local hard drive, radio streams, and from Spotify and SoundCloud.
Searches combines results from all music sources, and you can mix tracks from all sources in your play queue. Your playlists from Spotify or SoundCloud are also available for use.
To control your Mopidy music server, you can use one of Mopidy’s web clients, the Ubuntu Sound Menu, any device on the same network which can control UPnP MediaRenderers, or any MPD client.
m9u is designed to be a music server, much like mpd or xmms2. It sits in the background playing music, exporting an interface that one or more clients can connect to to control playback.
flac2mp3 is a tool to convert audio files from flac to mp3 format including the copying of tags.
Draai is a wrapper around mpc, making playing music from the commandline more enjoyable. Using draai, one can play an audiofile (ogg, mp3, flac, whatever your MPD offers), play all files in a predefined playlist, view details on current, past and future playing songs, skip to the next song, etc.
An MPD client with vim-like key bindings