sauditor project is a simple sample auditor.
I made it because I wanted it and wanted the practice, so please don't complain that I've made yet another sample player.
It's simple, it uses jack and it shows a pretty spectrum analyser so you can get an idea of the spectral content of your samples. I may be the only person who finds the spectrum analyser useful, but hey. The spectrum analyser is now X based. If you want to play with the text speccy analyser, get version 0.1
It was fun to get some practice back in C and C++, as well as learning to use jack a little better and fftw, libsndfile, libsamplerate and ncurses for the first time. Add xlib to that list now, too.
No fancy autoconf/automake, although I might sort that out later.
Just use make to build it and make install (as root) to install it
Just run it.
Enter or P plays the current sample, space toggles playing.
If the screen goes funny (which it shouldn't do anymore) use R to refresh it
F toggles the spectrum analyser window
H shows the help and V shows version info.
Run with the -a option to show files starting with a dot.