Music Box is a handy database for your music files. If you have a large collection of them, it will help you to organize and keep them in order. Tracks can be grouped by artist, album, genre, volume, or category. Tracks can be organized into as many categories and subcategories as you need. A search function allows you to find the CD or DVD on which you stored your tracks. Music Box reads and edits the metadata information of the tracks (ID3 tags, iTunes AAC tags, etc.). The MP3, AAC, MP4, Ogg Vorbis, Monkey's Audio, and FLAC formats are supported. Music Box's data can be exported to HTML, text, or XML.
Tag is a metadata editor for FLAC, Ogg Vorbis, Monkey's Audio, and WavPack files. Tag has an intuitive interface that simplifies common editing tasks while also allowing direct manipulation of tags. Tags can be dragged between files, or Tag can add all the tags contained in one file to another in one fell swoop. For files with incomplete or missing metadata, it can guess tag values by matching the filename to a user-defined pattern. It can rename files by substituting tag values into a user-defined pattern. It can edit multiple files simultaneously, eliminating repetition and saving time. It features customizable mappings that allow you to specify which tags are mapped to the various fields in the user interface.
oscjoy is a simple command line program that lets you use any connected joysticks as OpenSoundControl devices. Whenever the state of a connected joystick changes, oscjoy will send UDP packets with OpenSoundControl messages in them to the specified IP address and port. The oscjoy archive includes source code and binaries for Linux, Mac OS X, and Windows XP.
The Slag project is a pattern-based audio sequencer that can currently be used as a simple drum box. It features real-time editing, optional JACK support with individual ports for tracks, volume settings for pads and tracks, a virtually unlimited number of tracks and patterns, the ability to link song parts together, and real-time audio file output.
Oggify is a program that was written to help manage and convert FLAC audio files into other formats. It ships with MP3 and Ogg Vorbis support. It is intended to allow a user to have a directory tree of FLAC files, and be able to update a tree of MP3 or Ogg files as they add new FLAC files. It has an easy command-line interface with a variety of adjustable settings. It also features a plugin architecture to make it easy to add support for more formats.
Sonic Visualiser is an application for viewing and analysing the contents of music audio files, containing advanced waveform and spectrogram viewers as well as editors for many sorts of audio annotations. It supports sophisticated audio selection, looping, and playback features, as well as the Vamp audio feature extraction plugin format.
CD Stack is an advanced CD ripping and encoding application. It features shortcuts for when you have a large number of discs to rip and allows precise control over MP3 encoding. It can optionally import songs into iTunes, complete with track information and cover art. It uses the LAME Encoder to encode MP3s. A Universal binary is available.