List of Audio Applications

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Audio applications, music players (hamradio, midi, mixer, sequencer, tuner, audio-video editing, audio player, recorder, musical software).

No-screenshot.png Openmoko Mediaplayer 2

Media player originally written for Om 2007.2.


Homepage: [ ]
Package: openmoko-mediaplayer2
Tested on: Om 2008.8



No-screenshot.png Qtopia Mediaplayer

Plays music.


Homepage: http://qtopia.net
Package: qtopia-phone-x11-mediaplayer
Tested on: Om 2008.8



Openmokast screen capture main.png Openmokast

Openmokast is a digital broadcasting application that can use a USB DAB/DMB device to receive mobile multimedia services.


Homepage: http://openmokast.org
Package:
Tested on:




Pythm.png Pythm

Pythm is a media player frontend, designed to control mplayer or mpd with one GUI on the FreeRunner. As of writing, you need to download python-mokoui separately.


Homepage: http://projects.openmoko.org/projects/pythm/
Package: -
Tested on: -



Thomas's K. mediaplayer project (pre-alpha).

http://www.gup.jku.at/~tkoeck/audioplayer/audioplayer1.png http://www.gup.jku.at/~tkoeck/audioplayer/audioplayer2.png http://www.gup.jku.at/~tkoeck/audioplayer/audioplayer3.png http://www.gup.jku.at/~tkoeck/audioplayer/audioplayer4.png

Source: http://www.gup.jku.at/~tkoeck/audioplayer/audioplayer.tar.gz

Building instruction: Since epeg is still not in the debian repository so I compiled it from the source package I got from http://debian.alphagemini.org/dists/unstable/main/source/libs/ Here are the compiled packages: http://www.gup.uni-linz.ac.at/~tkoeck/audioplayer/libepeg-bin_0.9.1.042-0cvs20080608_armel.deb http://www.gup.uni-linz.ac.at/~tkoeck/audioplayer/libepeg-dev_0.9.1.042-0cvs20080608_armel.deb http://www.gup.uni-linz.ac.at/~tkoeck/audioplayer/libepeg0_0.9.1.042-0cvs20080608_armel.deb

Instructions: Place the binary and the edj file into the same directory (the edj file has to be in the working directory) and start it with:

audioplayer <music-root-dir>

See also

Most of the video players also play audio:

Personal tools

Audio applications, music players (hamradio, midi, mixer, sequencer, tuner, audio-video editing, audio player, recorder, musical software).

No-screenshot.png Openmoko Mediaplayer 2

Media player originally written for Om 2007.2.


Homepage: [ ]
Package: openmoko-mediaplayer2
Tested on: Om 2008.8



No-screenshot.png Qtopia Mediaplayer

Plays music.


Homepage: http://qtopia.net
Package: qtopia-phone-x11-mediaplayer
Tested on: Om 2008.8



Openmokast screen capture main.png Openmokast

Openmokast is a digital broadcasting application that can use a USB DAB/DMB device to receive mobile multimedia services.


Homepage: http://openmokast.org
Package:
Tested on:




Pythm.png Pythm

Pythm is a media player frontend, designed to control mplayer or mpd with one GUI on the FreeRunner. As of writing, you need to download python-mokoui separately.


Homepage: http://projects.openmoko.org/projects/pythm/
Package: -
Tested on: -



Thomas's K. mediaplayer project (pre-alpha).

http://www.gup.jku.at/~tkoeck/audioplayer/audioplayer1.png http://www.gup.jku.at/~tkoeck/audioplayer/audioplayer2.png http://www.gup.jku.at/~tkoeck/audioplayer/audioplayer3.png http://www.gup.jku.at/~tkoeck/audioplayer/audioplayer4.png

Source: http://www.gup.jku.at/~tkoeck/audioplayer/audioplayer.tar.gz

Building instruction: Since epeg is still not in the debian repository so I compiled it from the source package I got from http://debian.alphagemini.org/dists/unstable/main/source/libs/ Here are the compiled packages: http://www.gup.uni-linz.ac.at/~tkoeck/audioplayer/libepeg-bin_0.9.1.042-0cvs20080608_armel.deb http://www.gup.uni-linz.ac.at/~tkoeck/audioplayer/libepeg-dev_0.9.1.042-0cvs20080608_armel.deb http://www.gup.uni-linz.ac.at/~tkoeck/audioplayer/libepeg0_0.9.1.042-0cvs20080608_armel.deb

Instructions: Place the binary and the edj file into the same directory (the edj file has to be in the working directory) and start it with:

audioplayer <music-root-dir>

See also

Most of the video players also play audio: