BeatRoot is a musical beat tracking and visualisation system. A full description of the beat tracking algorithms appears in the paper: Automatic Extraction of Tempo and Beat from Expressive Performances in the Journal of New Music Research, 30 (1), 39-58, 2001.
GeoServer is a full transactional Java (J2EE) implementation of the OpenGIS Consortium's Web Feature Server specification. It is free software, available under the GPL 2.0 license.
Java Digital Album Infrastructure
Java Digital Album Infrastructure is an infrastructure for digital photo albums. Multiple applications share a common back-end, and can be used in different scenarios
the J2ME-oriented version of JavaLayer. It only supports MPEG 1 Layer 3 (i.e. MP3)
a Java implementation of the Monkey's Audio decoder/JavaSound SPI
provides a solid framework for musical composition in Java. jMusic supports music composition with its music data structure based upon note events, and methods for working with that musical data. jMusic can read and write MIDI files, its own .jm files, and audio files
JOS Media Player
devoted to writing a full featured media player in Java. It supports image viewing (slideshows, and most image types) and MP3 playing currently
A Java application which allow you to use your iPod shuffle under GNU/Linux and many other Operating Systems. Complete features especially for ipod shuffle including per song volume setting, start stop time, play count.
JukeX is a multi-user web Jukebox application implemented in Java. Key features include a configurable pipeline for track selection, SQL-like query language, customisable track attributes, and broadcast via [Ice|Shout]cast.
a versatile set of packages for Java that allow you to easily create and process RIFF files, with a special emphasis on reading and writing WAVE files
MuSing is a beat generating program designed to produce striking, purely original rhythms.
This tool analyzes sound files. It tries to extract the pitch. Pitch and sound is shown graphically.
R:U:A:P is a cross-platform audio player with the goal of making any function available with the fewest number of keystrokes.
a client-server, platform-independent software package for searching, managing, and recording television shows. Currently, the project is in early alpha, consisting only of a small web-services backend (using the Apache AXIS project's SOAP/WSDL implementation), as well as the beginnings of a client application
a dynamic video mapping system in Java (Applet) with
database backend and shortest path routing
(commercial) helps you work more efficiently, and produce high quality product presentations and visualizations for the web in no-time