audio software

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Herrie screenshot

Oldschool music players >

https://github.com/EdSchouten/herrie [ 1 ] redirects from herrie.info (still mostly-gone as of 2016-03-31 - archive.org)

I don't know where I heard of this music player, but I had recently bookmarked it. I took a moment to check it out.

It failed my review.



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1. redirects from herrie.info

Software >

(on Wikipedia)
https://www.freedesktop.org/wiki/Software/PulseAudio/

My policy in general is to have as few moving parts as possible. The few inter-dependant projects, the simpler the software, the more straightforward the setup is the easier everything becomes.

PulseAudio is a steaming pile of shit which I've never had working correctly. Even finding basic documentation on how to use it isn't out there.

Brought to you by the author of systemd, so you know it's Evil.

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https://web.archive.org/web/20190126010616/http://www.christine-project.org/
https://web.archive.org/web/20090530072502/http://www.christine-project.org:80/html/index.php

A small and very fast Media Player, it suports the widespread media files that Gstreamer do support. Christine allows you to search trough your media files and play them quickly. You can create playlists to keep your files organized, use a queue and organize radio stations.

Complete garbage when I tried it



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aumix logo

http://www.jpj.net/~trevor/aumix/ [ 1 ] was jpj.net:80/~trevor/aumix/aumix.html

This program adjusts an audio mixer from X11, the console, a terminal, the command line or a script. It uses the Open Sound System API.

This did the job when I needed the job done.

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1. was jpj.net:80/~trevor/aumix/aumix.html
SMPlayer icon

(on Wikipedia)
https://www.smplayer.info/

SMPlayer is yet another front end for the famous and awesome media player MPlayer. Well, it would be awesome if it wasn't so UNIX-like that it desperately needed to have a front end made. Still, it's awesome now that it has a real one.

A frontend for MPlayer.

I use this to supplement VLC



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