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The Linux Media Center (LMC) is an attempt to create a clone of Windows Media Player. It'll be having almost all the features of WMP and many more. It'll be play audio as well as video. It is being written using the GTK libraries and GStreamer.
A audio player can rolled display lyrics while playing a music for Linux. This player uses javazoom decoder as the core decoder. All these base on Java, interface with SWT implemented.(Linux + Java)
A portable MP3/WMA/OGG/FLAC file manager for Sony players. Simply copy it on your usb player and use it wherever you are! It is an alternative to SonicStage. (Was NW-E00x Mp3 File Manager...)235 weekly downloads
This library allows you to easily send and receive MIDI messages on the Arduino serial port. The purpose of this library is not to make a big MIDI controller or synth out of an Arduino board, but to help you do it, the application remains yours. /!\ PLEASE NOTE /!\ Project is hosted on GitHub: https://github.com/FortySevenEffects/arduino_midi_library This SourceForge project is deprecated. Please download source/releases and post bug reports on GitHub. Documentation: http://arduinomidilib.fortyseveneffects.com48 weekly downloads
Embedded Car-MP3/CD-Player with optional GPS-Navigation and Webcam.2 weekly downloads
Pyst consists of a set of interfaces and libraries to allow programming of Asterisk from python. The library currently supports AGI, AMI, and the parsing of Asterisk configuration files. The library also includes debugging facilities for AGI. 2014-04-17: Moved the version control to GIT. To check out see the tab "Code". Note that the whole history including ancient CVS, then some time in monotone, then subversion was united into one GIT repository thanks to ESR's reposurgeon. 2013-05-29: Maintainers of github fork "pyst2" contacted to join forces. Note that the last release here fixes the same bug as on github, otherwise github version seems to only contain cosmetic changes and examples. 2012-07-06: An offer to maintain the project has been received. 2012-01-29: There have been two or three forks that are being maintained. This is now just history unless someone cares to take up maintenance here.58 weekly downloads
xoscope is a digital oscilloscope using input from a sound card or EsounD and/or a ProbeScope/osziFOX and will soon support Bitscope hardware. Includes 8 signal displays, variable time scale, math, memory, measurements, and file save/load.133 weekly downloads
A project to adapt Lexicon Core2 and Core32 cards to use fast USB 2.02 weekly downloads
OpenDAW is a OpenSource Digital Workstation with a GNU GPL license for non-profit usage.
VoiceCode is an Open Source initiative started by the National Research Council of Canada, to develop a programming by voice toolbox. The aim of the project is to make programming through voice input as easy and productive as with mouse and keyboard. For install, Use subversion, as described in this page: http://sourceforge.net/apps/mediawiki/voicecode/index.php?title=VCode_1_Doc/InstallationManual.6 weekly downloads
Suzidil is a cross-platform score editing software for Turkish Maqam Music.
Wireless Music Chooser is a program made for the public to his favorite music with WiFi or on the network, it can be used for parties with friends or other occasions. The public vote for the next music on a website with ipod touch/iphone or others.1 weekly downloads
Unison is a cross-platform music production studio. Unison will have a uniform feel in accordance with the community's overall opinions. The studio aims to be handy to a novice and powerful enough for a pro.
Federation of Laptop Orchestras Control System1 weekly downloads
Android Media Player for the Vision Impaired1 weekly downloads
Make your music sound different
Developing an open standard for profiling music and the software to go along with it.
Replacement for the Java Media Framework (JMF), allowing you to transport not only audio and video. In extention a modular software synthesizer designer/sequencer sharing local hardware over the internet.1 weekly downloads
The Neuros 442 is a handheld, multimedia player . This manufacturer sponsored project is dedicated to porting Linux and making many product architectural decisions.
Resources for Csound users interested in exploring SAOL. First and foremost, we aim to build a library of SAOL implementations of those Csound opcodes that are not part of the SAOL spec.
nahe - Not Another Hammond Emulator! It attempts to recreate the sound produced by the early Hammond tonewheel organs, specifically the B3 and C3 models.
remPlayer is a cross-platform Client/Server solution to remotely control media players. The Server provides a dynamic linked library API that can be used to interact with the player. The Client is a GUI App where the user controls the remote player.
datreader is a digital audio tape reader for Linux, working with audio-capable DDS tape drives, based on the works of read_dat and wdat, all adapted for the SCSI general driver V3.
MIDI synthesizer based on the beagleboard
Java Music Theory and Practice, with Open Source libraries and applications. Goals: MIDI/RMF support, NIFF Support, Notation Display (Dec '01), Score Editor (Feb '02), XML (various) support, Export as AU/WAV/AIFF, Instrument Creation, SMDL Support.1 weekly downloads