Audio Tag Editor
Kid3 audio tag editor can edit the tags of MP3, Ogg, FLAC, MPC & WMA files in an efficient way, convert between ID3v1 and ID3v2, set the tags of multiple files, generate tags from file names or vice versa and import from freedb, MusicBrainz and Disco
MAD is a high-quality fixed-point MPEG audio decoder with 24-bit output. The implementation is entirely new, based on the ISO/IEC standards, and performs especially well on systems without native floating-point support.
Search, Download, Play, Share on Bittorrent, YouTube and the cloud
FrostWire http://www.frostwire.com/ is a media player and Peer to Peer (P2P) information sharing client for the BitTorrent network. This project is not affiliated with LimeWire LLC. FrostWires' source code is Licensed under the GNU GPL Open Source license
TiMidity++ is an open source MIDI to WAVE converter and player.
Cross-platform player and audio manager
aTunes is a powerful, full-featured, cross-platform player and manager, with support for online radios, podcasts and CD ripping.
Mikmod is a module player and library supporting many formats, including mod, s3m, it, and xm. Originally a player for MS-DOS, MikMod has been ported to other platforms, such as Unix, Macintosh, BeOS, and Java(!!)
FripTV is a free, opensource, SDL based IP TV player. Currently in alpha stage it runs on Windows XP and Linux and the code is designed to be highly portable. It supports MPEG2 and h264 transport streams.
PyKaraoke is a cross-platform karaoke player. It currently supports CDG (MP3+G, OGG+G, WAV+G), MIDI (.KAR, .MID) and MPEG formats.
Play SoundTracker media on your computer.
PlayerPro is a music composer and sound editor ( SoundTracker ) for MOD S3M XM IT UMX . Uses XI, Quicktime or SoundFonts. Currently runs on MacOS and OSX; playback engines also available for Windows and BeOS. Upcoming version 6 will support ALSA (Linux).
A multi-format module player and library
xmp is a module player for Unix-like systems that plays over 90 mainstream and obscure module formats from Amiga, Atari, Acorn, Apple IIgs and PC, including Protracker (MOD), Scream Tracker 3 (S3M), Fast Tracker II (XM) and Impulse Tracker (IT) files.
Sidplay 2 is the second in the Sidplay series originally developed by Michael Schwendt. This version is written by Simon White and is cycle accurate for improved sound reproduction. Sidplay 2 is capable of playing all C64 mono and stereo file formats.
AdPlug is a cross-platform OPL2 audio player library. AdPlug plays music, originally composed for the AdLib (OPL2) audio board, on top of an OPL2 emulator or by using the real hardware. There are multiple player software interfaces available.
ASAP (Another Slight Atari Player) plays and converts 8-bit Atari music (*.sap, *.cmc, *.mpt, *.rmt, *.tmc, ...) on modern computers and mobile devices.
A library for playback of various streamed audio formats used in video games.
sc68 is an Atari ST and Amiga music player
sc68 is an Atari ST and Amiga music player. The sc68 is a Atari-ST and Amiga music player. It comes as a command line music player as well as libraries for developers and various plugins for well know programs.
Provides the ability to export playlists from an iTunes Music Library. Supports exporting playlists as m3u files. 1.x branch built using .NET. 2.x branch build using Flex (AIR) and Scala.
Second generation of XMMS music player.
jbuzzer is an application written in Java that allows mapping your comuter keyboard to sounds. It supports short samples as well as streaming format. The GUI allows dynamically adding and removing new slots for samples.
Java access to USB, currently using kernel 2.4 Linux-USB support. There is a "core" API for accessing USB devices, and simple tools including a USB viewer in Swing. Applications are being developed separately, including digital camera support.
Massive audio tagger
SimpleTag is a cross-platform desktop tool, which allows to update the labels of all your music before incorporating it into a musical library or cloud service. Nowadays, the amount of music we have in our equipment is so large, it is no longer possible to manage with the traditional system of filenames and directories. The most convenient is to use the concept of libraries that handle the big market music players: iTunes, Amarok, Windows Media Player, Google Music, ..etc The labels of music files contains all information on artist, album, genre, title, lyrics ... etc, associated with a song. This information is used by music players to manage their libraries. A good labeling enhances the user experience. Do you want your music in the cloud? Then before, you have to check the tag information is correct before incorporating. If you do not, you will be unable to locate many of your songs.
XM player library written in assembly language. It's perfect for size- and speed-critical applications, click free, highly reliable, easy to use, open source, multiplatform. It is able to play even damaged and non-standard XM tracks.
Zinf is the continuation of FreeA*p and has all the same features as FreeA*mp: MP3, Vorbis, WAV and audio CD playback, streaming (SHOUTcast, Icecast, RTP) support, a powerful musicbrowser/playlist editor, a themed interface and a RMP download manager.
Nosefart plays NSF (NES sound format) files so you can listen to those old tunes without actually having to play the games. It runs in Linux, DOS/Windows, and as a plugin to various players, including Winamp and XMMS. It was mostly written by Matt Co
Plarpebu is a java karaoke player that runs on any architecture that can run java. It plays both midi (.mid and .kar) and mp3+cdg files. Check project web site at : http://miageprojet.unice.fr/twiki/bin/view/Fun/ScreenshotsPage for full info.