Sing Along Disc Player is an enhanced CD player for Linux. It features a control panel, a spectrum analyser, an oscillator, a mixer, an active icon that can be docked with Window Maker, and a dual-window mode (both windows at same time), and has basic support for CD multichanger, CD-TEXT, and CD-EXTRA extensions. It keeps a local database and can access remote CD databases to retrieve or submit your disc information. It allows you to pick your choice of compression type, multiple preference sets (play lists and skip lists), ability to store volumes for a particular CD, and read-only access to old sadp, Workman, and xmcd-style data bases.
|Tags||multimedia Sound/Audio CD Audio CD Playing|
|Operating Systems||POSIX Linux|
Release Notes: This release includes support for a second mouse wheel, mixer capability to notice changes made outside the application, fixes for a bug with the Alsa mixer, dual-window now works properly under Enlightenment, and fixes to budiling with a static xforms library.
Release Notes: This release features mouse wheel support, memory map support for OSS and Linux Sound Driver, new sampling rate range increased to 96k, compatibility with kernel 2.4.x, and new RPM packages.
Release Notes: Read access to xmcd (CDDB-1, cdcd, etc) database, support for multi-line disc and track details from xmcd/CDDB/FreeDB data bases, and bugfixes.
Release Notes: CD multichanger support and saving mixer volumes for each CD.
Release Notes: Native ALSA support (can be combined with OSS emulation).