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Wayland screen recording from the command line! Simple, efficient, works. For audio and video.
GitHub - navidrome/navidrome: 🎧☁️ Modern Music Server and Streamer compatible with Subsonic/Airsonic
Perhaps the best-looking sub/air-sonic server implementation I have seen.
Seems to be single user only however from what I can tell, which makes it harder to use with friends. Nevermind, it actually has multi-user support, though it seems to be single-library only.
GitHub - krateng/maloja: Self-hosted music scrobble database to create personal listening statistics and charts
Your own lastfm! Sweet if you just wanna track and get an overview of your listening habits without all the tra-ra of social connections.
Record Audio (Audio Recorder by Sony)
Transfer to PC (SwiFTP or similar) [^transfer]
- Noise Profile - Remove Noise
- Compressor to gain audio
- Plugin Vocal Reduction and Isolation - Isolate Voice
- Amplify or Compressor again
Save as MP3
Tag and Save to .md file [^tagging]
[^transfer]: Transfer automation via integromat/zapier? -> grab files from mobile and send to hotfolder, watched by audacity
[^tagging]: Automatic tagging from audacity depending on Google Calendar time? -> use integromat or similar again
Organize Your Audiobook Collection With Beets. Contribute to Neurrone/beets-audible development by creating an account on GitHub.
Self-hosted audiobook and podcast server. Contribute to advplyr/audiobookshelf development by creating an account on GitHub.
A full-featured Subsonic/Jellyfin compatible desktop music player - GitHub - jeffvli/sonixd: A full-featured Subsonic/Jellyfin compatible desktop music player
A desktop GUI music player for Subsonic/Jellyfin servers with a very 'familiar' (read Spotify-like) interface. Cross platform for Win/Linux/Mac
terminal player client for a *sonic (subsonic/airsonic/..) server. Wants to be similar to ncmpcpp (though it seems more limited for now).
Slick GUI music player for linux supporting Revel/Gonic/Subsonic/Airsonic/*sonic servers.
Leightweight go implementation of the audio streaming *sonic (SubSonic/AirSonic/...) server variants.
Ideal for a raspberry pi streaming platform I supposed but probably usable anywhere a light music server is useful. Might integrate well with beets?
Music streaming self-hosting discussion. In-depth and comparing a lot of different options like icecast, navidrome, funkwhale, snapcast, subsonic, airsonic, mpd, mopidy etc.
Another tutorial for snapcast, this one focusing on ansible-izing the setup, as well as some advanced setup steps for the specific two-room hardware requirements.
Setting up snapcast with librespot (written for raspberries).
Goes well into details like compilation and preparation of settings
Lidarr to beets workflow, which could then be passed to funkwhale/mopidy/airsonic setup.
Automatic beets importer.
Runs a web-server which enables you to, after downloading some music, call a simple script to start a beets library import.\
curl \ --request POST \ --data-urlencode "path=<path_to_deluge_downloads>" \ --data-urlencode "name=$2" \ --header "X-API-Key: <your_api_key>" \ "https://betanin.example.com/api/torrents"
Intended for torrent applications but can easily be made to work with youtube-dl, or any other scriptable callback.
Amazing pre-setup mopidy and snapcast instance. Simply point your docker-compose file digestor at it and you're basically good to go with iris and spotify integration running (though you have to enter your credentials into .conf file for spotify to fully work). Then begin populating the music folder and you have your local music added.
Tag, modify, update, and organize your music through the commandline (or through a web interface).
Seems pretty evolved and already comes with a nice plugin eco-system (for album art, mpd connections, gain setting and more)