[a bit OT] favorite music players
shawn-kde at willden.org
Mon Mar 1 19:28:44 GMT 2004
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On Sunday 29 February 2004 05:04 am, David T-G wrote:
> I'd appreciate recommendations for a good jukebox manager for use under
> KDE (see, it's not *entirely* off-topic ;-)
I like madman (madman.sf.net). It's fast, has really nice search capabilities
and a nifty auto-playlist feature (which I know is nifty, because I wrote
much of it) that generates random playlists that try to cater to your
preferences (based on song ratings and what you actually listen to; songs
that you skip when they come on tend not to come on as much).
The only downside of madman, IMO, is that it doesn't run well on machines with
small amounts of RAM and large music databases because it keeps a lot of
information in memory. That's also what makes it fast.
madman uses XMMS for the actual playback.
Check it out.
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