GNU/Shoes is a wrapper for the Sox audio utility. Written in Perl for Linux and Win32, GNU/Shoes aids the tedious process of converting large numbers of audio files, and provides Jabber messages to notify the user that a batch is complete.
Netradio plays and records from internet radio streams (using Realplayer or an MP3 player) or local files. It can be used with 'at' or 'cron' record radio programmes when the user is not logged in using the computer.
PCDE is a platform-independant, text-based, CD Audio ripping and encoding frontend written in Perl. It defaults to the use of cdparanoia and bladeenc for this process.
highly networkable system for creating mp3s. Designed so you can run your ripping process on one (or more) machine, the encoding on some others and having the final storage on yet another box. CDDB support and maintainable code(!) are standard features.