A YouTube app.
A simple equalizer app that applies to all any app audio source and any output, be it speaker or bluetooth. Has no balance feature.
Phenomenal; simple. Mandatory/loved because bluetooth headphones are often manufacturer bass-boosted with no ability to disable it.
No permissions required or optional.
For reading, writing, and manipulating image, audio, video, and PDF metadata.
A simple volume icon for your taskbar's tray.
Works great, no dependencies for me, and does more than what I want.
I got this working, because fbpanel's volume plugin decided to not show up again.
An audio CD ripper.
A graphical frontend for cdparanoia
I had used this ~2011-03-07, probably on Lubuntu. Version not recorded.
An audio player.
Straightforward, with few dependencies and a lot of audio format support.
Implements push-to-talk functionality directly on an audio input device.
It toggles the audio device's mute. Used as a global push-to-talk when a program does not support such a feature, such as with a web browser that does not currently have focus.
2017-09-27 - Abandoned - The website is gone.
A sound player thingy.
I've got it, I don't know if I care, though. Noted here for completeness.
2016-03-31, it comes with Slackware 14.1
The official frontend for MPlayer.
- GUI M_Player
Can use .Xmodmap for volume control at least.
TODO - add my notes, and scripts
I don't know if this is correct, these seem to be Windows programs.
2019-12-05 - Is this abandoned? I can't find a home page even though it's in the official Debian repository.
www.willwap.co.uk [ 1 ] gone as of 2016-03-31 - https://web.archive.org/web/20090331101812/http://www.willwap.co.uk/
Corrects busted VBR records in MP3s.
I most notably use this program with my rip-audio-from-video.sh script
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