For music fans, Linux has plenty of players and you won't know which one to choose. That is why we want to mention some features that we consider necessary for an excellent music player.
Table of Contents
- 1 The player should be able to be configured to import the music without changes
- 2 The player should have the "smart playlist" feature
- 3 The player should not force the user to constantly interact in playlists
- 4 The player should have a simple way to input cover images
- 5 The player should display the effective bit rate while the music is playing
- 6 The player should have excellent organization, design and performance
The player should be able to be configured to import the music without changes
This will allow the music to change bit rate and depth on the fly. It also makes it easy to put the signal to an external digital audio converter, which is dedicated to hi-fi music playback and capable of using good headphones.
Because when you are at a party, meeting with your friends or cooking, good songs that fit with each other continue to sound and the moment is wonderful.
The player should not force the user to constantly interact in playlists
The idea is that you can double-click an album and have it playing, without the need for additional clicks to rearrange the playlist.
EThe player should have a simple way to input cover images
Some people get frustrated with this feature. They like to have their themes with the correct cover and the idea is that the player accepts simple images to include them without problem. In this way you will not have to change programs to see the songs with the correct photo.
The player should display the effective bit rate while the music is playing
Just because we like to know and that everything is correct.
Some recommendations are: Guayadeque, QuodLibet, Gmusicbrowser, DeaDBeeF, Audacious, Rhythmbox. However, we would like to hear your opinions and recommendations.