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Cozytile - A Cozy Qtile Rice
9 projects | /r/qtile | 11 May 2023
OS: Arch Linux WM: Qtile Panel: Qtile bar Launcher: Rofi Notification Daemon: Dunst Terminal: Alacritty Shell: Zsh Compositor: Picom File Manager: Nemo Music Player: Spotify & ncmpcpp
my first rice! :)
12 projects | /r/bspwm | 23 Feb 2023
Control MPD with Emacs
2 projects | /r/emacs | 5 Nov 2021
An alternative Emacs client for MPD is Mingus (although i myself use the standalone ncurses client ncmpcpp).
Was told y'all might like my new laptop setup
5 projects | /r/outrun | 1 Sep 2021
The little one at the bottom right is mako, the music player is ncmpcpp and the music visualiser is cava
Cli music streaming
13 projects | /r/commandline | 27 Aug 2021
If you want to stream audio from a service like Spotify or SoundCloud, I can recommend Mopidy as a backend with a commandline frontend like ncmpcpp.
Perks of having a LinuxAudio setup!
14 projects | /r/linuxaudio | 10 Jul 2021
Music: Music Player Daemon (The ALSA of music players!) MOC (Terminal frontend for MPD) ncmpcpp (Anyone who tells you there's a better music player for Linux than this, is a scammer!) kunst (Even blind people need Album Art to listen music ;) Spicetify (Spicey Spotify with pywal!)
3 projects | /r/unixporn | 28 Jan 2021
7 projects | /r/unixporn | 27 Jan 2021
Music player: mpd + ncmpcpp
Music Hoarders that moved from Windows to Linux, how was the transition like?
4 projects | /r/musichoarder | 20 Jan 2021
I did that particular transition myself not that long ago. I used MusicBee and never thought I could replace it, but I did. For library management I use beets and for playing music I use mpd. The front-end I use for mpd is ncmpcpp which is a terminal player. There are several other front ends available. I also use Puddletag to check the tags before importing into beets. If I just want to listen to some files without importing into my library, I use Deadbeef.
[BSPWM] Just Messing Around
4 projects | /r/unixporn | 1 Jan 2021
Bottom Left: ncmpcpp playing a playlist from Tidal using Mopidy
What are some alternatives?
mocp - Music On Console Player
pulsemixer - CLI and curses mixer for PulseAudio
cava - Cross-platform Audio Visualizer
spotify-tui - Spotify for the terminal written in Rust 🚀
pajackconnect - Make JACK Work With PulseAudio
kunst - Download and display album art or display embedded album art
awesome-ricing - A curated list of awesome tools and technology to help you out with ricing on linux
mpd - Music Player Daemon
noise-repellent - Lv2 suite of plugins for broadband noise reduction
mako - A lightweight Wayland notification daemon