PS3 Media Server ~ Cross-platform Media Server


PS3 Media Server is a DLNA-compliant UPnP Media Server. Originally written to support the Sony PlayStation3, PS3 Media Server has been expanded to support a range of other media renderers, including smartphones, TVs, music players and more. Because it is written in Java, PS3 Media Server supports all major operating systems, with versions for Windows, Linux and Mac OS X.

The program streams or transcodes many different media formats with little or no configuration. It is powered by MEncoder, FFmpeg, tsMuxeR and AviSynth, which combine to offer support for a wide range of media formats.

sourceforge.net/projects/ps3mediaserver

Midi Sheet Music ~ Cross-platform MIDI Player


Midi Sheet Music is a free program that plays MIDI music files while highlighting both the piano keys and sheet music notes. Works on Windows, Mac OS X, and Linux Ubuntu.

sourceforge.net/projects/midisheetmusic

Symphonic ~ Sony SonicStage Alternative


A portable MP3/WMA/OGG/FLAC file manager for Sony players. Simply copy it on your usb player and use it wherever you are! It is an alternative to SonicStage. (Was NW-E00x Mp3 File Manager…)

sourceforge.net/projects/symphonic

cwtext ~ Morse Code Generator


wtext is a program that will accept ASCII text as input and generate International Morse Code as output. The output formats can be:

  • – . -..- – (text) on the console.
  • Raw audio on /dev/audio (8 bit PCM data).
  • .wav files (future).
  • .ogg or (proprietary format) compressed audio (future).

cwtext.sourceforge.net
sourceforge.net/projects/cwtext

DR14 T.meter ~ Linux Dynamic Range Meter


DR14 T.meter is a free and open source command line tool for computing the Dynamic Range of your music according to the procedure used in the off-line meter released by the Pleasurize Music Foundation.

This tool is a very useful measure of how loud your music is, and for understanding that a good quality album always has a wide dynamic range, and it’s also useful for understanding the effects of the so called ‘loudness war’.

Dr14 t.meter is released under the terms of the GNU GPLv3 license and is intended for the Linux users who can not use the Windows application released by the Pleasurize Music Foundation, or the plugin for Foobar2000.

I’ve largely tested this application and it has always returned results identical to those of the official off-line meter.

Feature:
  • Compute the DR dynamic range of the audio file

sourceforge.net/projects/dr14tmeter

R128GAIN ~ EBU Loudness Scanner


R128GAIN is a FFmpeg and SoX based EBU R128 compliant loudness scanner. It helps you normalizing the loudness of your audio and video files to the same level.

r128gain.sourceforge.net
sourceforge.net/projects/r128gain

foo_rehearsal ~ Looping & Slicing Component


Foobar2000 plugin for looping track intervals and slicing CUE sheets.

Features:
  • Loop, shuffle or randomize through any subset of user-defined slices of track.
  • Import intervals from a CUE Sheet.
  • Import chapters from a video via JSON. ffprobe -i filename -print_format json -show_chapters -loglevel error > chapters.json
  • Import intervals from YouTube time codes, etc.
  • Copy a piece of text and Ctrl-V to paste to switcher.
  • Export to a CUE Sheet.
  • Keeps all intervals for all tracks in a single .json file.

github.com/ptytb/foo_rehearsal

Drumstick ~ Multiplatform MIDI FIle Player


Featured MIDI File Player for Linux, Windows, and macOS written in C++, and using Qt5 and Drumstick2.

Features:
  • MIDI Output to hardware MIDI ports, or any other Drumstick backend
  • Transpose song tonality between -12 and +12 semitones
  • Change MIDI volume level (using MIDI CC7)
  • Scale song speed between half and double tempo
  • Plays Standard MIDI Files (.MID, .KAR) and Cakewalk project files (.WRK)

sourceforge.net/projects/dmidiplayer

Strobe Tuner ~ Windows Stroboscopic Tuning


Musical instrument strobe tuner; a real-time emulation.

Features:
  • Configurable up to 12 wheel, 9 octave.
  • 16.35 – 21,096 Hz (C0 – E10). Covers the full range of human hearing.
  • Configurable pitch and wheel count.
  • Many transpose (key) options.
  • Automatic and manual and gain control.
  • 60 FPS (with suitable computer).
  • Presets for single note, major, minor, and chromatic scales.
  • Adjustable 440 Hz.
  • Complete command line control.
  • Simulated sine waves for test and or debugging.
  • Actual low level emulation, no FFT used.
  • Coded in C.
  • Harmonic mode.

sourceforge.net/projects/strobetuner
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Electronic_tuner#Strobe_tuners