February 9, 2010 · General · Email This Post

Music Player with the aims to be intuitive, easy to use and fast even for huge music collections. Developed for Linux with wxWidgets for GTK under Gnome.
Guayadeque features

* Play mp3, ogg, flac, wma, mpc, mp4, ape, etc
* Read and write tags in all supported formats
* Allow to catalogue your music using labels. Any track, artist or album can have as many labels you want
* Smart play mode that add tracks that fit your music taste using the tracks currently in play list
* Supports shotcast radios
* Ability to download covers manually or automatically from the internet
* Suggest music using last.fm service
* Allow fast access to any music file by genre, artist, album, etc
* Play shoutcast radios
* Allow to subscribe to podcasts and download all new episodes automatically or manually
* Dynamic or static play lists
* Tracks tag editor with automatically fetching of tags information for easily completion
* Lyrics downloads from different lyrics providers. etc
* Allow to resume play status and position when closed and reopened
* You can rate the tracks from 0 to 5 stars
* Mpris dbus interface support so it can easily controlled from music applets for example

Install guayadeque in Ubuntu karmic

Add PPA using the following command

sudo add-apt-repository ppa:dtl131/mediahacks

Update source list using the following command

sudo apt-get update

Install guayadeque music player using the following command

sudo apt-get install guayadeque

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7 Comments to “Guayadeque – Nice music player”

  1. linuxx gangstah says:

    iz dat bettar thaan Rhythmbox? yo?

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  2. onesojourner says:

    A music player with mp3 player/ipos support is a must for me these days.

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  3. Joe says:

    I just got rhythmbox to detect my Droid (which was easy once I looked for how to do it)

    Does this have the same functionality?

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  4. elundmark says:

    Incredibly stable (pre-alpha?), I just switched from Banshee, which was wAy buggier…

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  5. Dirk says:

    I tried guayadeque-svn with a big collection of mp3 files (several thousand files).

    After consuming 4Gb of ram (including swap space) I killed it :-/

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  6. Accepted in Debian:

    guayadeque (0.2.5-1) unstable; urgency=low
    .
    * Initial release (Closes: #579837).

    guayadeque will be part of Ubuntu 10.10.

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  7. edi says:

    How to add Comments column in playlist ?

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