gmmusic is a GNOME database frontend to handle your entire music collection, consisting of songs on CDs,CD- ROMs, MP3s (development tree only), LPs, Singles, Minidiscs, audio, and video tapes. For handling CDs, freedb is fully supported. Besides managing data, it can also print inventory lists and nice trays for CDs and CD-ROMs.
LiMpOo is a multimedia player platform based on a Linux system using a Perl engine. It features playback of MP3 files (with playlists), CD audio (with CDDB lookup), and support for encoding, LCD, and IR. It uses MySQL for speed improvements. A PHP front-end helps to maintain all playlists.
MÆS (an MP3 Audio Entertainment System) is a set of Perl scripts which allow searching and streaming of MP3s over the net, using MySQL or PostgreSQL as the backend database. It has Mozilla sidebar integration, allows for multiple users, ID3v1.1 and v2 editing, and provides playlist generation and storage.
MP3-Database is a tool to organize your MP3 collection. If you insert a CD with MP3 files in your CDROM drive, MP3DB can read all ID3 tags of the MP3 files. With this information MP3DB creates a database which can be searched for a specific song, artist, or CD. A GUI makes it easy to use the program. Any title found in the database can easily be added to a playlist or can instantly be played by XMMS.
Paloma is a program to manage an SQL database of digital music files, and facilitate their retrieval and playback in interesting ways. It works with music files of any form -- MP3, Ogg Vorbis, MIDI... whatever you've got a player for. Paloma makes it easy to rip your entire CD collection and store it on your hard disk (or a collection of CD-Rs) for instant random access; playlists can then be generated using arbitrary SQL commands.
Mr. Voice is a specific-purpose Perl/Tk front-end for an MP3 database. It was written to provide an easy-to-use MP3 solution for the production booth of an improv comedy troupe, and as such is tailored to providing quick searches and playback of MP3s that are split up into categories. While not intended to be a standalone desktop MP3 player, others in a similar situation may find it useful.
KmusicdB is a music information manager for KDE, using PostgreSQL as a backend. You can add your music collection to the database, and view it in a convenient browser. It currently supports the ability to add and edit artists, add and edit titles (with album pictures), and a track editor. The ability to generate reports and statistics, and also to search the database is implemented, as well as creating and opening, backing up and restoring databases. It is highly customizable, and fast. CDDB functionality has also been implemented.
The SMDP (Standard MP3 Database Project) provides a standard schema for MP3/ogg databases, APIs for numerous languages, and a few utility programs to aid in managment of the database. The goal is to standardize the format of MP3/ogg databases while making it easier for developers to incorporate database support into their MP3/ogg applications.
Artekopia Netjuke is a cross-platform Web-based audio streaming jukebox powered by PHP 4 and an increasing choice of databases. MP3, Ogg Vorbis, ASF/WMA, and other music file formats are supported. Artekopia Netjuke aims to enable small organizations or communities run a private "mp3.com-like" Web site to access the music they legitimately own, distribute, or are granted access to. It supports most audio players, language packs, optional file downloads, media protection schemes, multi-level security, shared and private playlists, random playlists, images, etc. It also features an unusual, easy-to-use installer module to get you started in minutes.