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Gejengel is an audio player which focuses on performance and simplicity, yet with a nice set of features.

Some key features:

* Easy to use
* Properly handles compilation albums (even if album artist tag is not set)
* Lean and fast (low on dependencies)
* Gapless playback (even for mp3 by reading encoder delay, zeropadding from files)
* Various audio outputs (Alsa, Pulseaudio, OpenAL)
* Last.Fm scrobbling (optional plugin)
* Remote control through dbus (MPRIS specification) (optional plugin)

Install Gejengel in Ubuntu 10.04

sudo add-apt-repository ppa:ferramroberto/extra && sudo apt-get update

sudo apt-get install gejengel

For Ubuntu 9.10 Users

sudo add-apt-repository ppa:ferramroberto/linuxfreedomkarmic && sudo apt-get update

sudo apt-get install gejengel

Using gejengel

You can open this application from Applications--->Sound & Video--->Gejengel

Gejengel Screenshot

Source from here

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4 Comments to “Gejengel – Lightweight audio player”

  1. Does this or one of the other players support ipod? I don’t use them but people always ask and I have no reply.

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  2. Wiley says:

    LOL: ‘Gejengel’ is Dutch for ‘whimper’ (from whimpering) or whine (from whining).

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  3. P says:

    I’ll be critical:
    * Terrible appearance
    * Compared to Audacious or Deadbeef, two players that use around 15mb of RAM, it can’t be that lightweight.
    * No advanced input plugins as far as we are concerned (neither the blog posts or the homepage bother to mention if it supports anything but mp3)

    I cannot see a reason to use this app.

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  4. psq says:

    there´s no support for 64bit, even –force-architecture doesn´t work due to a library problem..
    (i didn´t try to fix it)

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