Mopidy is an extensible music server written in Python (by mopidy)

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  • GTA radio project
    1 project | | 21 Jan 2022
    If you got Spotify Premium, maybe consider using Mopidy to create something alike the GTA radio stations.
  • Spotify sharing device.
    1 project | | 19 Jan 2022
    I would start here -
  • Home Music Media server.
    1 project | | 12 Jan 2022
    Look at Mopidy - It is free and supports Raspberry Pi
  • audio system control software
    1 project | | 30 Dec 2021
    For aggregating multiple music sources check Mopidy, and its extensions:
  • Chromecast Audio for Sale at Walmart! $48
    4 projects | | 24 Dec 2021
    It's all done with Mopidy + Snapcast. Mopidy has various frontends, but the Iris web frontend supports Snapcast and can be controlled from any web-capable device; it can be used to assign/change device groups, assign certain streams to certain groups (you can have multiple sources playing on multiple devices/groups and control them from there), etc. I also used the Snapdroid app, which will allow you to adjust things like latency, individual device volumes and stream volumes, etc on your phone or tablet. Beyond that, you can integrate Home Assistant and pretty much get it to act however you want, including being fully controlled via voice on both Google and Amazon (and ultimately Cortana, ick) platforms. Of course that takes some setting up that some wouldn't consider "easy", so YMMV.
  • Smart Audio for the Smart Home
    6 projects | | 10 Dec 2021
    * Server running mopidy [1] with all your audio loaded up on it and connected to Spotify.

    * Install the Iris plugin for UI [2] on server

    * Install snapcast [3] server on the audio server and snapcast client on raspberry pi's near all stereos you want to pipe audio into

    * Put bookmarks to the Iris page on all family member's phone home screens.

    * Add the snapdroid app [4] to each phone so people can adjust volume of each stereo and also play audio on their phone (or anything it's bluetoothed into)





  • Using an LED Ring with Raveberry
    5 projects | | 28 Nov 2021
    In the first video, you can see how the LEDs light up to the beat of the music in realtime. In order to produce this effect, multiple steps are necessary. First, mopidy (the music player) duplicates the audio output into a fake pulseaudio sink. cava then captures the audio from this sink and transforms it, splitting it into its frequencies. Raveberry maps these frequencies to colors from red to blue and lights up the LED ring accordingly. Since the transformation takes a short amount of time, the audio output is delayed by approximately that time to sync the light flashes with the beat. All in all, this allows for a pretty neat sound-reactive spectrum visualization on the LED ring.
  • Linux software for internet radio that uses MPD
    1 project | | 30 Oct 2021
    You can set up Mopidy to use various internet services, and act like an MPD server. Some mpd clients don't present all functionality of Mopidy so YMMV. I don't know how polybar handles MPD.
  • Audio Distribution Software to selfhost? (Select Input/Output)
    1 project | | 10 Oct 2021
    Did you already try Mopidy?
  • Selfhosted music database with Spotify fallback
    3 projects | | 17 Sep 2021
    Link for the lazy. That looks awesome and exactly what OP was looking for. It also looks like what I didn't know I was looking for. Thanks!
  • Spotify CLI
    1 project | | 14 Sep 2021
    If you mean that you'd like to be able to use Spotify via mpd, you'd have to do your research and integrate spotifyd with mpd, or use Mopidy and find a CLI client that does both.
  • Cli music streaming
    13 projects | | 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.
    13 projects | | 27 Aug 2021
    This sounds great! Maybe Mopidy is even a better solution for this. Once configured to use Spotify or YouTube, you never have to login again on the Raspberry.. the user can then choose a Client, ranging from Android apps to Console clients to control playback, create playlists, etc.
  • Audio server to use speakers connected on a PC on 2 pc simultaneously
    2 projects | | 17 Aug 2021
  • Music streaming docker
    5 projects | | 1 Jun 2021 (Music streaming app written in Python)


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