Music is probably among the perfect stress busters available. In case you use Linux, you recognize the various appealing audio software, which make listening music a delight on this platform. Upon request from some readers, we managed to compile 7 good audio softwares for Linux.
This open source and free audio player focuses on low usage of resources, supporting various audio formats and high quality of audio.
This open source and multiplatform media player is developed on GTK# and Mono and employs GStreamer platform for multimedia in coding and encoding several media formats like FLAC, Ogg Vorbis and MP3. Banshee is capable of playing and importing audio CDs as well as supporting various convenient media players likes Apple’s iPod, Creative’s Zen player and Android devices.
This is an open source and free multiplatform music player. Even though Amarok is an element of KDE project, Amarok is distributed independently of KDE’s Software Compilation cycle of release.
This music player was initially envisaged to be akin in function and style to Amarok 1.4, however it utilizes toolkit from GTK+ widget instead of Qt. Exaile is developed using Python and uses GStreamer media platform.
KDE developed this free audio player application as its default player ever since KDE 3.2. JuK supports various collections of Ogg Vorbis, FLAC and MP3 audio files.
This is a multiplatform open source and free music player, library organizer and tag editor. Quod Libet design philosophy acknowledges that the user understands better the way he or she needs to organize his or her music, therefore it is developed to be entirely extensible and customizable through regular expressions. This audio player is GTK+-based and developed using Python and exploits Mutagen library for tagging.
This audio player assists in playing and organizing digital music. This is a free software is develop to run properly on GNOME Desktop through GStreamer media platform. Nevertheless, Rhythmbox works on other desktop environments besides GNOME.