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Revision as of 22:36, 5 July 2011
- Rips, encodes, and tags CDs with one command
- Small CD player for GNU/Linux.
- A simple PHP script for streaming music and playlists with Apache.
- Free software radio automation software
- Facilitates the use of Ogg/Vorbis streams with allegro
- Multimedia player suited for KDE
- Apache/PHP-based MP3/Ogg file manager and player
- Gapless Music player for GNU/Linux.
- A multitrack, multichannel audio recorder/non-linear editor
- Aria Maestosa
- MIDI sequencer/editor
- KDE frontend for CD burning/ripping tools
- Audacious Audio Player
- Audio editor and recorder
- Audio Utils
- a collection of audio file conversion scripts
- Audio codec 2
- Patent free audio compression codec for GNU
- Script to transform audio files.
- Automatically mounts/unmounts CD-ROMs
- Converts BIN/CUE images to ISO 9660 tracks
- Optimally chooses files to be put on a CD or other media
- Continuous composing using Bézier curves
- Indexer for cd/mp3 collections and local directories
- Web interface for Boss Ogg
- A disc burning application for GNOME
- Media player for Emacs.
- Collection manager for KDE
- CD Digital-Audio Player
- command-line tool for writing optical media
- Console frontend for various CD burners
- Text-based interface to the CD-burning tools for UNIX
- CD-ROM Control
- GUI for mounting, umounting, and ejecting the CD-Rom drive
- Facilitates access to info in old ISO sessions
- inspect and manipulate disc images
- StandAlone MIDI Step Sequencer
- Piano roll editor for singing synthesis
- Tags and renames MP3 and Ogg Vorbis files
- CCD sheet to CUE sheet converter.
- Plays CDs
- Records audio tracks digitally into wav files
- CD ripper
- Writes audio CD-Rs in disc-at-once mode
- Simple, lightweight CD/DVD drive controller
- Tools to master CDs
- Is a Python, GTK+, GStreamer based media player
- lightweight ncurses audio player
- Cool Mic
- Mobile livestreaming for Icecast
- Ripper/encoder/tagger tool
- Polyphonic synthesizer that runs in the terminal.
- Command line MP3 editor
- Intelligent learning music player
- Lightweight audio player
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