Mélodie

Mélodie

Damien Simonin Feugas (feugy) Publisher

Install latest/stable of Mélodie

Ubuntu 16.04 or later?

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Install using the command line

sudo snap install melodie

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Intuitive, portable and open souce music player

No frills, just the basics

Plays Mp3, Ogg Vorbis and Flac files. Controls speak for themselves.

What you don't see yet? Gap-less playback, ReplayGain, system notifications and media keys support

Organized, so you don't have to

Mélodie reads tracks music metadata, and automatically creates your album and artist library.

You don't need to change how you the actual files are organized on your hard drive.

It stays tuned

Thanks to AudioDB (https://www.theaudiodb.com) and Discogs (https://www.discogs.com/en), Mélodie will enrich your libraries with covers, avatars and biographies (requires access keys).

Add or remove files on your drive, change their metadata: your library will immediately update.

Open Source

Mélodie's source code is open, see it there: https://github.com/feugy/melodie.

This application is free to use, and free or any adds.

It is made with a lot of love, and with Electron, Svelte, RxJS, SQLite3, Svelte-spa-router, Music-metadata...

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Details for Mélodie

License
MIT
Last updated
28 January 2021

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Ubuntu 20.04
Ubuntu 21.04
Ubuntu 18.04
Ubuntu 16.04
Linux Mint 20.2
Zorin OS 15

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