Yammi ("Yet Another Music Manager I...") is a tool for managing large song collections (MP3, OGG, and WAV). It is centered around an intuitive graphical user interface and a song database, which allows very convenient and fast access to songs. For playing songs, the program serves as a front-end for XMMS or Noatun.
rmp3 is a receiver for the rmp3 broadcast protocol. This protocol uses teletext data transmitted in the VBI (vertical blanking interval) of TV transmissions to broadcast MP3 files. It is compatible with RadioMP3 and the German MegaRadio. You can listen to the audio stream, save the received files, or both.
The Music Control Center can help you organize your existing sound file collection and walk you through the process of ripping backup copies of your CDs, moving the newly-created sound files to the correct location, and updating the database appropriately. It allows you to create playlists on-the-fly, save them, and load them for playback at a later date. You can search your collection by artist, album title, label, producer, song title, and year released.
Mplinuxman is a file manager program for the MPMan F60 USB portable MP3 player. It can send and receive files using an intuitive graphical user interface (GTK2). It features playlists, ID3 tags on the player, hot-plugging support, and a random list function to fill up the available space on the device.
EQU is a realtime graphical equalizer that will equalize the audio of almost everything you play through XMMS (OGG, MP3, WAV, etc.). You can choose four different band configurations (10, 15, 25 and 31), all of them with ISO central frequencies, independent gain settings for left and right channels, and more than +-14dB of gain per band. It features a skinnable GUI and shadowed mode.
The DashPC car multimedia system is a UI for automobile multimedia implemented in Linux. Its provides a comprehensive interface for MP3, DVD, and CD playback, a radio card interface, and GPS navigation. It features an easy-to-use interface and a modular design. Its functionality is configurable and the system is expandable with the use of plug-ins, which currently include plug-ins for controlling video4linux supported radio cards, viewing images, and running external commands.