Lightweight OSX player for The Hype Machine.
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whistle aims to be a very minimalistic and basic mp3 player.
Basically, whistle is a nifty front-end to mpg123, which it’s based on.
mpg123 is a real time MPEG 1.0/2.0/2.5 audio player/decoder for layers 1,2 and 3 (MPEG 1.0 layer 3 aka MP3 most commonly tested). Among others working with Linux, MacOSX, FreeBSD, SunOS4.1.3, Solaris 2.5, HPUX 9.x, SGI Irix and Cygwin or plain MS Windows.
A SoundCloud player written in Ruby with Ncurses for graphical interface and mpg123 for playback.
Music player server with a web-based user interface inspired by Amarok 1.4.
Run it on a server (such as a 512MB Raspberry Pi) connected to some speakers in your home or office. Guests can control the music player by connecting with a laptop, tablet, or smart phone. Further, you can stream your music library remotely.
Command-line audio file organizer that reads tags and renames files.
This little app allows you to control the iTunes volume using volume-up and volume-down hotkeys from your keyboard.
It allows you also to control the same iTunes volume by means of your Apple Remote control.
This is particularly useful to control the volume of AirPlay devices.
imitone is an app for PC and Mac which transforms your voice into musical notes, live. As you sing—or whistle, or hum—imitone instantly converts the sound into MIDI signals which can control almost any music software.
Turn Google Music into a separate, beautiful application compatible with your Mac’s media keys and including support for notifications.
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.