Synaesthesia is an eyecandy program that represents music graphically in real time as coruscating fields of fog and glowing lines. It is intended as a visual accompaniment to music. Its display combines information about the frequency, location and diffuseness of sound. It can take input from CD, line, piped from another program, or from EsounD. It also functions as a CD player.
Mp3Make is a program that automates the ripping and encoding of CD audio to mp3 files. Since the programs commonly used in linux to do this are seperate, it made sense to make a glue program to make life easier. This is supplemented by downloading a cd track list from a cddb server, and using that to name the files being created.
duke is a curses based frontend integrated into the latest version of mpg123. It was written because of the need of a textbased player for playing from a remote computer with telnet or even a text-terminal. It allows you to navigate through directories, add files or whole directories to the playlist, sort, search, randomize select and delete from it. It also parses ID3-tags, shows songlengths and has limited mouse-support.
MiXViews (or mxv for short) is the newest generation in the line of software which began with "mixview", which has been available for many years on various archives. It is a graphics-interface program which runs under the X window system, and it is designed to allow users to edit and process digital sound and other forms of on-disk data for musical or other purposes.
DAP is a comprehensive audio sample editing and processing suite. It currently supports AIFF and AIFF-C audio files, 8 or 16 bit resolution, and 1, 2 or 4 channels of audio data. The package offers comprehensive editing, playback, and recording facilities including full time stretch resampling, manual data editing, and a reasonably complete DSP processing suite.