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Bongo
Bongo is a flexible and usable buffer-oriented media player for GNU Emacs.
BurnCDDA
'burnCDDA' is a console frontend to cdrdao, cdrecord, mpg123, oggdec, mppdec, normalize, and mp3_check. It can be used to create audio CDs from an M3U playlist (the playlist format of XMMS). It supports MP3, OGG Vorbis, Musepack, and WAV files, and it might be the easiest way to copy an audio CD.
Cantus
'Cantus' is a tool for tagging and renaming MP3 and OGG/Vorbis files. Its features include mass tagging and renaming of MP3s, the ability to generate a tag out of the filename, filter definitions for renaming, recursive actions, CDDB (Freedb) lookup (no CD needed), the ability to copy between ID3V1 and ID3V2 tags, and more.
Cmus
cmus (C* Music Player) is a small, fast and powerful console audio player for Unix-like operating systems. It supports almost all common file formats, SHOUTcast/Icecast streaming, and multiple output plugins. cmus features multiple media library views, a playqueue, a directory browser, powerful filters, and vi-style search and keybindings. The text-only design reduces the resources needed to run the program, making it a strong choice for older or less-powerful computers as well as systems where a graphical environment is not available.
Crip
'crip' is a terminal-based ripper/encoder/tagger tool for creating Ogg Vorbis/FLAC/MP3 files under UNIX/Linux. It is well-suited for someone seeking to make a lot of files from CDs and have them all properly labeled and professional-quality with a minimum of hassle and yet still have flexibility and full control over everything. Current versions of crip support only Ogg Vorbis and FLAC; if you want to make MP3 files you must use crip-1.0.
DeaDBeeF
DeaDBeeF (as in 0xDEADBEEF) is a graphical, yet lightweight audio player.
Dirogg
dirogg is a script to migrate your entire music collection to the Ogg Vorbis format. It's a recursive script, meaning that you run it from the top level of your music directories, and it will automatically recurse and convert all MP3 files to Ogg.
Dtas
Free Software command-line tools for audio playback, processing, and whatever else related to audio. dtas follows the worse-is-better philosophy and acts as duct tape to combine existing command-line tools for flexibility and ease-of-development. dtas is currently implemented in Ruby (and some embedded shell), but may use other languages in the future. Currently, primarily wraps sox commands but may also use ecasound (or any command-line driven audio processing tools).
Dummy
Sandbox entry/page.
EasyTAG
EasyTAG is an utility for viewing, editing, and writing tags for your MP3, MP2, Ogg Vorbis, and FLAC files using a nice simple GTK+ user interface. Features include (among others):
  • view, edit, write MP3, MP2, FLAC and Ogg Vorbis tags
  • can edit more tag fields : Title, Artist, Album, Disc Album, Year, Track Number, Genre, Comment, Composer, Original Artist/Performer, Copyright, URL and Encoder name
  • auto tagging: parse filename and directory to automatically complete the fields (using masks)
  • ability to rename files and directories from the tag (using masks) or by loading a text file
  • process selected files of the selected directory
  • ability to browse subdirectories
  • recursion for tagging, removing, renaming, saving, etc.
  • can set a field (artist, title, …) to all other selected files
  • read file header information (bitrate, time, …) and display them
  • auto completion of the date if a partial is entered
  • undo and redo last changes
  • can process fields of tag and file name (convert letters into uppercase, lowercase, ...)
  • ability to open a directory or a file with an external program
  • a tree based browser or a view by Artist & Album
  • a list to select files
  • a playlist generator window
  • a file searching window
  • simple and explicit interface
  • optional Nautilus extension
  • Brazilian Portuguese, Bulgarian, Chinese, Czech, Danish, Dutch, French, German, Greek, Hungarian, Italian, Japanese, Polish, Romanian, Russian, Spanish, Swedish and Ukrainian translation languages


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