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#201 2021-04-18 21:15:23

mito77
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Registered: 2021-02-25
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Re: How do Archers play their music?

Pandora client like pithos in aur. https://aur.archlinux.org/packages/pithos/

Or pmrp (poor man radio player) simple installation in command Line player flux radio.
https://github.com/hakerdefo/pmrp

I don't found easily client like that for shoutcast radio list and play or live365.

And lot of broadcaster need money, this is why they purpose to subscribe for their stream site or cast site. Some Want donation. I prefer make donate for one software with a lot of music, not donate for all music I Want to listen with sub. Maybe I paid for one year of streaming website. But it's very costly for one payment.

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$ uname -r
5.13.9-arch1-1

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#202 2021-05-16 14:09:41

zxcv
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Re: How do Archers play their music?

clementine

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#203 2021-06-25 17:25:08

therist
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Re: How do Archers play their music?

tidal-hifi web client, kudos to creator.

I just moved to Arch and I'm a bit sad that I can't play master tracks on Tidal. I got the hardware ready sad

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#204 2021-06-27 12:55:07

leonavis
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Re: How do Archers play their music?

audacious

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#205 2021-07-25 11:04:05

Head_on_a_Stick
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Re: How do Archers play their music?

Switched to mpd & upmpdcli running as a UPnP Media Renderer so I can play Qobuz via the BubbleUPnP application on my smartphone.

therist wrote:

I'm a bit sad that I can't play master tracks on Tidal

My method should also work with Tidal providing you have a DAC that can handle MQA unfolding locally.

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#206 2021-07-25 12:33:15

Alataw
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Registered: 2021-01-27
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Re: How do Archers play their music?

Flemur wrote:

recently have switched to cmus for online radio and deadbeef for on-disk music collection...

DeadBeef perfectly reproduces online radio or I don't know something?

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#207 2021-07-25 18:55:06

zpg443
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Registered: 2016-12-03
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Re: How do Archers play their music?

Tried em all, and Audacious is for me.

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#208 2021-07-26 20:05:17

Maniaxx
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Re: How do Archers play their music?


sys2064

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#209 2021-08-08 09:34:31

RieTatsumaki
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Re: How do Archers play their music?

Unpopular opinion. I am probably the only person who has a dedicated Windows VM for the exclusive purpose of running MusicBee LOL. Though I also like Clementine and can tolerate Elisa.

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#210 2021-08-08 14:17:26

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Re: How do Archers play their music?

RieTatsumaki wrote:

I am probably the only person who has a dedicated Windows VM for the exclusive purpose of running MusicBee

Now there is a kerosene powered cheese grater big_smile


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#211 2021-08-11 14:30:57

NoCPU
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Registered: 2016-10-10
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Re: How do Archers play their music?

In keeping with the original poster question:

My music collection around 3,000 tracks is stored in just one single folder for simplicity and speed. The naming convention I use for all those tracks is: Band name + Track name. That's it, no sub folders or special layout, I just scroll up and down for what I want, very fast.

In trying to keep with as simple a system setup as I can get, on my last install of Arch I decided to drop VLC altogether and look for something with a lot less dependencies. Seeing as I need FFmpeg anyhow I just use that with no other audio player or interface installed, specifically the command "ffplay -autoexit"  kicks off any time I double click a track in a file manager. Works really well as a simply popup player. Still trying to figure out how to get it display track name/seek time though.

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#212 2021-08-11 17:41:28

Morn
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Registered: 2012-09-02
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Re: How do Archers play their music?

I recently wrote my own minimalist music player in a few hundred lines of Python/PyGame, centered on shuffle play and a simple (keyboard) user interface (just play/pause, skip track, and volume).

The problem with most media players is that they give me too much to do. Rather than really listening to my music, I end up organizing playlists and tagging files or even playing with equalizer settings. I really wanted a simple program to listen more passively to like a radio. It's very soothing not knowing which track comes next and having no means to skip around arbitrarily on a playlist...

Last edited by Morn (2021-08-11 19:24:39)

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#213 2021-08-12 13:39:01

treestreet
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Registered: 2020-09-05
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Re: How do Archers play their music?

Lollypop, but I have recently moved to KDE and would like to use an all qt desktop, so I'm trying out Elisa, but hate that it requires me to have VLC installed.

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