- Gnome Simple Stateful Music Player
- Gnome Simple Stateful Music Player is a small, simple music player that keeps out of your way whenever possible. It remembers what you were playing when you exited, and continues in the same place the next time you start. It doesn't build a database of your audio tracks: instead it works with your files and directories directly.
- The Gnomoradio project is creating an online network where artists can promote and share their music freely and willingly. By eliminating many of the exclusionary tactics of the mainstream music industry, musicians now have a chance to interact directly with their listeners and receive valuable exposure.
- GNU FM is a piece of software you can install on your own web server, to run a music community site, similar to Libre.fm or Last.fm. You can use it for your family, your business, your band, or just for yourself.
- GNUMP3d is a small, portable, and robust server for streaming MP3s, OGGs, and other audio files. It presents a simple and attractive interface to Web browsers, which allows you to navigate through your music collection. Individual files may be streamed, as can whole directory trees. Other features include the ability to see your most popular tracks, and to search your collection for songs.
- Goggles Music Manager
- Goggles Music Manager is a music collection manager and player that automatically categorizes MP3, Ogg Vorbis, FLAC, and Musepack files based on genre, artist, album, and song. There is no need to create playlists of any kind. Just select one or more artists and albums to start playing your music.
- Herrie is a command line music player. It has a split-screen file manager and playlist interface and supports a number of file formats (MP3, Ogg Vorbis, wave, FLAC, etc). It also has some nice features, including a chroot() function for untrusted setups (remote logins, parties, etc). AudioScrobbler is also implemented using Curl.
- IceGenerator is a direct stream generator for Icecast/Shoutcast servers. It streams MP3s to an Icecast server without resampling, which saves CPU. Its main features are support for many playlist format (directories, MySQL tables, etc.), metadata information, and a telnet interface for commands. It runs as a daemon; its main use is for radio automation (i.e., you can run it through cron).
- jOggplayer is a platform-independant, graphical Ogg Vorbis player developed using Java. It features the usual basics needed to enjoy your files, including playing files from your hard drive or streaming from an URL, individual file play or multiple file looping play, sequential or random play, volume control that goes to 11, a visual song progress indicator, etc. The latest version includes the ability to drag and drop songs, a favorites list, and auto updating.
- JOrbis accepts Ogg Vorbis bitstreams and decodes them to raw PCM.
- JOrbis is in pure JavaTM.
- JOrbis will run on JDK1.0.* or higher.
- JOrbis is under LGPL.
- JOrbisPlayer can play Ogg Vorbis live streams on UDP broadcast packets from JRoar.
- JOrbis includes very simple pure Java Ogg Vorbis comment editor, JOrbisComment.
- K-Yamo is an MP3 and Ogg Vorbis tagger with ID3v2 support. It can store ID3v1, ID3v2.3, or ID3v2.4 tags. It also stores pictures in the tags. K-Yamo supports multi-file editing. It can guess tags out of filenames, and fetches the missing parts from musicbrainz. It also cleans up your files into a structured filesystem tree which makes use of the tags in the files. Finally, it is a CD ripper with FreeDB support. A MySQL database can optionally be used for tagging.
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