sndcpy ~ Forward Android Audio To A VLC PC


This tool forwards audio from an Android 10 device to the computer. It does not require any root access. It works on GNU/LinuxWindows and macOS.

The purpose is to enable audio forwarding while mirroring with scrcpy. However, it can be used independently.

github.com/rom1v/sndcpy

Albunack ~ Discogs / MusicBrainz Integration & Metasearch


Albunack provides artist discographies by combining two of the largest music information databases MusicBrainz and Discogs.

Albunack shows you MusicBrainz releases and if they are already linked to a Discogs release; suggests potential new links and lists additional Discogs releases. As well as providing comprehensive discographies for artists, Albunack makes it easy for you to contribute to the MusicBrainz database yourself by using the LinkCustom Link and Import features.

www.albunack.net

Audioserve ~ Linux Audio File Server


Simple personal server to serve audio files files from folders. Intended primarily for audio books, but anything with decent folder structure will do.

 

github.com/izderadicka/audioserve
github.com/izderadicka/audioserve-android
zderadicka.eu/audioserve-audiobooks-server-stupidly-simple-or-simply-stupid/

SpecWeb ~ Converts 2 Channels To Multichannel 5.1


SpecWeb is a command line (windows console) version of the SPEC stereo to surround tool from www.surroundbyus.com. It is designed to be faster and easier to use than the full “Spec” version, and does not require Plogue Bidule.

SpecWeb also has an html5 “web” user interface, which works with chrome, Firefox, iOS, android, and windows 10 edge browsers. You can control SpecWeb from a browser on the same computer or on any computer or supported device on your local network. For instance, you could sit in your home theatre listening position and control SpecWeb with an iPad.

It’s a great way to get started in making your own up mixes as all you have to do is drag and drop a lossless stereo file onto the SpecWeb icon and you get a 5.1 multichannel file in seconds.

While not all of the “knobs” from the full “Spec” version have been included, the most important ones are here and you can adjust them while you listen to the song, just as you can in the full version, then “record” the results.

Moosic ~ Unix Audio Player


Moosic is a music player for Unix systems. It focuses on convenient and powerful playlist management. It consists of a server process that maintains a queue of songs to be played and one or more client programs which sends commands to the server. The server continually runs through its song queue, popping songs off the top of the list and playing each with an external program. The client is a simple command-line utility which allows you to easily perform powerful operations upon the server’s queue, including the addition of whole directory trees, automatic shuffling, and song removal according to regular expressions. The server comes configured to play MP3, Ogg, MIDI, MOD, and WAV files, but can be configured to also play any other file format you want.

http://nanoo.org/software/moosic/

foo_openlyrics ~ Foobar2000 Open Source Lyrics Display


An open-source lyrics plugin for foobar2000 that includes its own UI panel for displaying and sources for downloading lyrics that are not available locally. It is intended to be a replacement for LyricShowPanel3 so it is fully-featured and supports lyric searching, saving and editing directly from within foobar2000.

Features:

  • Buttery-smooth lyric scrolling (either horizontally or vertically)
  • Supports retrieving lyrics from local files, ID3 tags or the internet
  • Customise the font and colours to perfectly suite your layout and theme
  • Easily edit lyrics directly inside foobar2000 with built-in support for timestamps
  • Check the saved lyrics of any track in your library (whether it is currently playing or not)
  • Apply common edits (such as removing blank lines) in just two clicks
  • … and more!

github.com/jacquesh/foo_openlyrics
www.reddit.com/r/foobar2000/comments/mm70rb/i_made_an_opensource_alternative_to
hydrogenaud.io/index.php?topic=120812.0

Gnome-mplayer ~ GTK/Gnome Interface For mplayer


A GTK2/GTK3 interface to MPlayer. The power of MPlayer combined with a friendly interface for your desktop; You can play all your multimedia (audio, video, CD, DVDs, and VCDs, streams etc.), organize, sort and create playlists, take screenshots while playing videos, be notified about media changes. Full DVD and MKV chapter support, when supported by Mplayer. Subtitle support with the ability to specify preferred audio and subtitle languages if the media supports it. Support for cover art retrieval from Amazon.com for audio media files with artist and/or album information contained in the file.

https://sites.google.com/site/kdekorte2/gnomemplayer

AudioMass ~ Opensource Web Audio Editor


AudioMass lets you record, or use your existing audio tracks, and modify them by trimming, cutting, pasting or applying a plethora of effects, from compression and paragraphic equalizers to reverb, delay and distortion effects. AudioMass also supports more than 20 hotkeys combinations and a dynamic responsive interface to ensure ease of use and that your productivity remains high. it is written solely in plain old-school javascript, weights approximately 65kb and has no backend or framework dependencies.

  • Loading Audio, navigating the waveform, zoom and pan
  • Visualization of frequency levels
  • Peak and distortion signaling
  • Cutting/Pasting/Trimming parts of the audio
  • Inverting and Reversing Audio
  • Exporting to mp3
  • Modifying volume levels
  • Fade In/Out
  • Compressor
  • Normalization
  • Reverb
  • Delay
  • Distortion
  • Pitch Shift
  • Keeps track of states so you can undo mistakes
  • Offline support!

audiomass.co

MergeMP3 ~ Combine mp3s For Free


It is often necessary to merge multiple sound files into one recording. This need may arise for various reasons: merge ripped CD tracks into one, combine multiple chapters of an audiobook, etc. There are many great programs to achieve this, but very few of them are actually free. I’ve discovered that while all of these programs perform the task well, they also contain lots of other features, making them too complicated for the tasks. This is why when I needed the plain vanilla merging utility, I could not find one that was free – and decided to write one myself. The added benefit of writing one myself, of course, is that it has exactly the features I need – and none that I don’t. When it was done – I decided to give it away for free – to alleviate some of the pains I had.

Features:

  • Merge as many files as you like – no limitations by size, length, or number.
  • Sort files to be merged by filename (with or without directory), date/time or size.
  • Optionally write ID3v1 and ID3v2 tags into the merged MP3 file.
  • Optionally write VBR frame into the merged file – useful when merging files with different bitrates.
  • View detailed information about MP3 files to be merged, including MPEG header information and ID3v1 and ID3v2 information.
  • Choose to use ID3 tag from any of the files to be merged to write into the target file.
  • Display an image embedded into the MP3 files.
  • Play MP3 files from the list to be merged.
  • No complicated installation – simply unzip the program and run from any directory.
  • Very intuitive interface.
  • Very fast merge speed.
  • It’s absolutely FREE!

www.shchuka.com/software/mergemp3