Clementine 0 votes

Clementine is a cross-platform free and open source music player and library organizer.

Clementine was created because the Amarok transition from version 1.4 to version 2 was criticized by some users. As a consequence, Clementine was established, based on Amarok 1.4.x. The first version of Clementine was released on February 2010.

Decible 0 votes

Decibel Audio Player is an audio player written in Python, designed to be straightforward and easy to use.

Decibel is built around a highly modular structure that lets the user completely disable features not needed. Almost all features are implemented as modules that can be enabled or disabled.

As of version 1.06, the available modules are:

Audio CD - Allows playing of CDs.
Audioscrobbler - Submits played music to Last.fm
Covers - Retrieves and displays album art from the hard disc or Last.fm
Desktop Notification - Alerts the user to the name and artist of a newly playing song.
Equalizer - Tune the levels of the frequency bands.
File Explorer - Allows for exploring music based around folder structure.
Instant Messenger Status - Updates the online status based on the currently played song.
Library - Allows for exploring music based on artist and then album.
Replay Gain - Automatically normalize the volume across the tracks.
Status File - Saves playing status to a file for use by an external program.
Status Icon - Adds an item to the notification area.
Twitter - Update the status of a Twitter account based on what the user is listening to.
Zeitgeist - Send track information to the Zeitgeist service