Cameleo is a graphics package that prints, scans, CD-records, RIPs, and builds image databases and imaging workflows. It is fully available with drivers for most popular color devices on Linux. Cameleo has a full ICC color calibration system included, and a powerful API for third-party developers.
Melys is a MIDI sequencer application for ALSA. It records, plays back, and saves to a MIDI file or to an XML-based format. There is a track view where you can arrange parts using drag-and-drop and a piano-roll view where the same can be done with notes. There is also a graphical tempo view where the tempo of the song can be changed. Multiple files can be open at once, and notes can be dragged between them. It is written in C and uses the GNOME/Gtk+ widget sets.
mp3album.pl is a tool to automatically create album lists from a batch of mp3 files including ID3v1, ID3v2.2 or ID3v2.3 information. It includes logic to split up all files in one directory into separate albums and generates a report file for each album. The reports are customizable through templates and can contain any information found in the ID3 tags. mp3album.pl lends itself very handy when creating an index of a directory containing several albums of music. As Perl currently lacks 'good' Unicode support, the Unicode strings in ID3v2.3 are not yet supported.
SwiftView transforms PCL and HPGL, the data streams sent to HP LaserJet printers and HP plotters, into powerful electronic publishing formats. Directly displaying inherently accurate print stream data eliminates the conversion and proofing process. Print data cannot easily be altered, making SwiftView ideal for distributing important documents and drawings. SwiftView also provides fast, high-quality, interactive viewing of TIFF, JPEG and other formats.
CDDBD.sh is a shellscript speaking the CDDB Protocol version 1 without enhancements and read only. CDDBD.sh allows to query a local database on a filesystem that was filled with entries using such programs like xmcd or kscd. CDDBD.sh was developed to be used in a local or home network and not to serve a WAN.