Ecasound is a software package designed for multitrack audio processing. It can be used for simple tasks like audio playback, recording, and format conversions, as well as for multitrack effect processing, mixing, recording and signal recycling. It supports a wide range of audio inputs, outputs, and effect algorithms. Effects and audio objects can be combined in various ways, and their parameters can be controlled by operator objects like oscillators and MIDI-CCs. A versatile console-mode user interface is included in the package.
soundgrab provides a cassette deck-like command line interface (ff, rw, jump to position) plus some other commands that let you easily select and save your favorite parts of a big volume of Ogg or raw audio in Ogg, FLAC, raw, cdr, or wav format. If you have a favorite radio show that plays hard-to-find things at a time when your boss insists you should be at work, you can record it, then come home later and save your favorite parts.
xmcd2make is a set of Perl scripts which support users of the gramofile recording, track splitting, and signal processing package. It consists of 3 userland tools: findtracks.pl (a command line interface to gramofile track detection), signalproc.pl (a command line interface to gramofile track splitting and signal processing), and xmcd2make.pl (a script that takes an xmcd file of song names and track timing files and creates a makefile). When the makefile is run, it splits the tracks, performs gramofile signal processing, and encodes the resulting tracks to Ogg Vorbis format with the correct song names and good tags.
icecream is a non-interactive stream download utility. It connects to icecast and shoutcast servers and redirects all fetched content to an stdin-capable player or to media files on your disk. With an option turned on, it can save the stream into different files, each representing the played track. It is also possible to tee the input to both disk and stdout.
CGIcast is a small collection of scripts designed to give users the ability to broadcast live audio, in either MP3 or Ogg Vorbis formats, using only a Web server. This is intended for users who have access to a Web hosting account which permits them to run CGI scripts, but not to run live streaming daemons like Icecast. This allows cheap hosting of Internet radio shows without having to spend more on specialist streaming providers.
Audio::Xmpcr is a Perl API to the XM PCR Satellite radio. It offers two different operating modes (direct and remote+daemon) via a single interface, continuous device polling for instant, accurate song listings, auto notification when songs change on any channel, and a few utility programs including a Web interface for remote control/listening to the radio via icecast, a stream ripper that divides songs up into properly-named wav files (for making MP3s), and a finder that searches channels for the song(s) wanted, and records just those.
PicoStreamer is a complete server for live audio/video streaming. It can stream MP3, AAC, and video live using Flash FLV. It does not require any Flash server. It only needs a Web server with Perl and PHP. It requires neither expensive dedicated servers nor compilation on the target machine. A source client (for Win32) is included. A management/playing framework written in PHP makes PicoStreamer simple to use. The PicoIcy component acts as a local shoutcast server emulator, so you can use your preferred shoutcast source client to stream or stream Flash format directly from the Web.