Guayadeque Music Player
Guayadeque Music Player is an open source music management application designed for all music enthusiasts. It aims to be intuitive and fast even for huge music collections. It features a configurable crossfader engine, SoundMenu integration, cue sheet support, configurable silence detector, static or dynamic playlists, a metadata editor, labels, and smart play mode.
Supports Last.fm and Libre.fm
Another interesting feature is the ability to download covers either automatically or manually. Moreover, the Last.fm and Libre.fm services can be used in a dedicated tab for suggesting music. The application is designed in such a way that it will provide users with fast access to their favorite tracks, albums and artists. You can play and record shoutcast radios, and connect your mobile devices (iPod, Android, etc.).
You can search for tracks or artists in shoutcast radios
Searching for a track or artist in shoutcast radios is also possible with the Guayadeque Music Player app, which allows users to rate their favorite tracks or albums. Lyrics can be downloaded automatically or manually, in a dedicated tab.
Under the hood and supported audio files
Additionally, the program is easily expandable through contextual commands, resumes play status and position, and provides many other options that advanced users will find them useful. On more technical terms, Guayadeque Music Player uses the Gstreamer media framework to support the MP3, FLAC, OGG, MP4, WMA, WAV, APE, MPC, and many more other audio file formats.
Supports operating systems and desktop environments
Support for the GNOME desktop environment is integrated into the application, but you can run it on any other open source window manager, such as Openbox, Fluxbox, MATE, Cinnamon or Xfce. Major Linux distribution included the Guayadeque Music Player (guayadeque) package into their default software repositories, so it will be a breeze to install it in your favorite distro.
A good alternative for Rhythmbox, Clementine or Amarok
It is a good alternative to the Rhythmbox, Clementine or Amarok applications. It is also quite similar to the iTunes software, which will help Windows and Mac OS X users to use Guayadeque without hassle on Linux environments.