Crossfire is a Firefly Media Server client written for the Apple iPhone and the iPod touch. It has support for streaming, browsing, and searching music content. It supports both Mobile Safari and FireFox, but can be configured for various other devices such as Windows Mobile, Symbian, etc.
MP3 Management can be used to build a catalog of MP3 files in a MySQL database. It can traverse a given directory to find MP3 files. For each MP3 file that is found, it extracts its ID3 tags, including album art, and adds an entry in a MySQL database. The class also extracts 20 second clips of each MP3 file and stores them in a subdirectory named clips. The duration of the clips is configurable. The class is intended to be used with the Id3 Tag Correction and Downloading script, which corrects id3 tags and downloads lyrics, artist biographies, and other information using Web services and other Web sites.
Mychoonz is an MP3 player implemented in AJAX. It allows you to listen and organize your music within your browser, anywhere, anytime, as long as you've got an Internet connection. The idea is similar to projects such as Ampache or Mp3Act, but it focuses more on user interface rather than features.
Jam2 is a collection of components for the Drupal 4.7 CMS platform. It provides a number of new node types aimed towards allowing independent musicians to upload media and cover art, add album and artist data, and create and manage podcasts of new material or previously uploaded jams. Uploaded media can be presented to the user as an embedded Flash player, a download link, or both. Users can create podcasts that feature the full array of iTunes tag data, so that podcasts can be easily listed with the iTunes Podcast Directory. Albums, once defined, can also provide their own podcasts, allowing musicians to optionally involve their fans throughout the creation of an album.