I have an ubuntu powered fileserver that I primarily use as a media server these days. There are many files on the machine that (for various reasons) I no longer have a license to play.*
What is the best way to scan through all the songs in my library (about 30k) and filter out those that will not play given that they do not all have an exclusive filetype?
*Example: a song that was bought by a roommate with a license shared through iTunes that is no longer shared.
Is there an application that runs on iOS, or that runs on Ubuntu and has an iOS client, that will allow me to manage (as oppose to merely play) my digital music collection? I need to be able to import new files I have ripped, edit tags, and edit file/folder structure from my iPad due to carpal tunnel syndrome. [more inside]
I have multiple Ubuntu PCs in multiple rooms, each connected to individual HiFis. I want to be able to listen to my 150GB music collection from any of the PCs. BUT, I want to have a unified record of playcount, so, from each PC, I can access a "Not Recently Played" smart playlist that has been updated from all PCs. I'd also like to sync this Not Recenlty Played playlist with my Android phone. How can I do this? [more inside]
Does anyone know any simple Ubuntu music software for me to have fun composing with my eight year old son? [more inside]
Recommend me an ubuntu friendly program that reads idv3 tags, can create playlists & burn them to a CD. [more inside]
Why is PureData so slow on Ubuntu? [more inside]
Help using Amarok with a removable drive [more inside]
So, what's the state of music production software in Linux? What are people using? [more inside]