DJBorg turns your MP3 playlist into a personalized radio station, adding randomly-generated DJ banter between tracks. Song information (based on ID3 tags), news, weather, headlines, and witty remarks are announced via a text-to-speech engine. It is fully customizable via a rules file or Python code. It is compatible with WinAmp and other players that support the .m3u format.
Webplayer is a Borges-based, Web browser-controlled MP3 player. Webplayer features a file browser that can load or recursively load from a directory of MP3 files. It also provides simple playlist control and volume control (tested on FreeBSD). Components of Webplayer can be launched into separate windows or used in one big main window. Webplayer incorporates portions of Yoshinori Toki's rmp3.
SBAM (Software Based Abled Mixer) is a new approach to computer-based DJing.. This project aims to help DJs concentrate on the important aspects of DJing and to decrease the stress factor. It is intended for the DJs that have no need for beatmixing or other advanced mixing techniques, which means you'll be limited when it comes to creative individual mixing of tracks. Instead, you'll be able to concentrate on finding the right track for the audience.
kMPIO provides a GUI interface to access Digitalway/Adtec digital audio player MPIO (DMG, DMK, DME, ...) players under Linux. It depends on the mpio library to perform hardware access. kMPIO can upload and download files as different file types, create directories, format internal and external memory, and rename and delete files. ID3 tags are supported.
Thump (The Unix MP3 Player) is a flexible and modular set of MP3 playing daemons written in Python. The daemons communicate with each other and the rest of the world via XML, and playlist management is handled by a combination of standard file manipulation utilities (such as find) and regular expressions.