Apetag is command line tagging tool for multimedia files such as Monkey's Audio and Musepack that use the APE 2.0 standard. It also comes with a script, tagdir, that will tag all the tracks in an album by invoking apetag or other similar tools (e.g. metaflac) for each track. All that is needed is the album's freedb record.
Cjukebox is a curses-based player and manager for audio files and playlists. Its user interface was inspired by the Norton Commander for DOS. It does not rely on a separate database application. Playback is handled by the Musicus tool, which plays all audio formats supported by xmms (wav, Ogg, MP3, Flac, MPC, etc.).
Hocuspocus is a small and extensible Web server for controlling key Linux applications via a Web server. This means you can adjust things like system volume from any browser, including a WiFi enabled PDA such as the iPhone. Multiple such servers can be controlled via a single service manager, enabling whole home remote control.
Musicus is a command line audio player that uses XMMS plug-ins for music playback without requiring a GUI environment (X11 does not have to be running). It serves a component of the Cjukebox music management system. Musicus can be either used in batch mode or an interactive mode where the user can type in commands to start and stop songs, inquire about song length, (ID3) tags, and more. Musicus is generally designed to be controlled by another piece of software. Both Python and Perl bindings are available.
Pin is an ATOM-like instrumentation tool for Linux executables. It allows arbitrary code (written in C or C++) to be injected at arbitrary places in an executable. Unlike Atom, Pin does not perform the instrumentation statically by rewriting the executable, but rather dynamically by adding instrumentation while the executable is running. Currently supported platforms include IA-32, Intel Xscale, and Itanium processors.
Trommler is an X-based drum machine with the following features: use of 16 bit 44100kHz mono drum samples, realtime audio output using the /dev/dsp device on Linux machines (or audio output to file), a variable number of beats per pattern, volume adjustment of drum samples, stereo panning of (mono) drum samples, and more.
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