VintageRadio is a GUI front-end for the fm command-line application included with fmtools <http://benpfaff.org/fmtools>. It is written in [incr Tcl/Tk], an object-oriented extension package for Tcl/Tk. VintageRadio is not part of fmtools.
A vintage 70s-era look, inspired by a number of stereo tuners and receivers with the classic silver face.
A rotary tuning dial that actually works.
Ability to store up to 6 stations as presets.
Keyboard shortcuts for all application functionality.
KRadio is an Internet and/or AM/FM radio application for KDE Frameworks 5. It has support for V4L and V4L2 radio devices, internet radio, RDS, lirc remote control, MP3 and Ogg/Vorbis recording, TimeShift playing, alarms and much more. Try it out!
Linux Radio Devices with V4L1 / V4L2 support (incl. PVR cards and RDS)
Synthesizer plugin for ADLMIDI and OPNMIDI (VST/LV2). This software package provides FM synthesizer plugins, based on OPL3 and OPN2 sound chip emulations.
The emulations and the drivers are provided by libADLMIDI and libOPNMIDI.
control of multiple YMF262/YM2612 emulated chips
high fidelity emulation, with choice of compromise level (good fidelity / fast, excellent fidelity / slow)
synthesis of melodic and percussive instruments
bundled collection of instruments
support for dynamic parameterization and automation
rigorous implementation of the MIDI standard
multi-channel operation with General MIDI compatibility
ability to synthesize entire MIDI files out of the box