Digital Disco System
Digital Disco System is a Client-/Server-based Audio Player System for use in discos as well as at home.
djukebox is a distributed jukebox, designed to manage large MP3 music collections spread across a bunch of computers.
eGott Linux Sound Server
eGott Linux Sound Server is a standalone jukebox server for Linux. It is remotelly controllable via native protocol. It supports multiple simultaneous users, multiple playlists, etc...
eGott comes with easy-to use dialog-based configuration script. A native client in Java is also available with automatic windows installer.
Empeg MP3 is an in-car digital music player, allowing you to have up to 7,000 singles (or over 500 albums) instantly accessible in CD-quality. The player unit is Linux-based.
GlobeCom Jukebox is a mp3 jukebox with web based interface. Key features include sophisticated random song selection, web based interface, integrated ripper, streaming, multi-user capable, album cover art. Runs on Linux using PHP & Mysql.
gmusicbrowser is a jukebox for large collections of mp3 and ogg.
GUIPod is a KDE/Qt based graphical front-end for managing songs and playlists on an Apple iPod(TM). It uses the tools from the gnupod project developed by Adrian Ulrich. The iPod uses an internal format called iTunes for storing the song information.
HighPriest is a music jukebox system for Linux. It is geared towards high configurability of playback. If you want control over how one track crossfades into another, or you want to specify track start and end points, or you hate having to repeatedly adjust the volume knob, then this application may be for you.
IRMP3 allows you to to run your Linux box as an mp3 player which is controllable by an infrared remote control. IRMP3 can be run in background and normally does not provide any screen output, so it doesn't need X to be installed.
Jajouka is a jukebox for mp3 and ogg music collections. It is especially for those with GiantDisc systems, but it will work with regular disc based music collections too. Jajouka is released under the GNU GPL license.
Jooky is an mp3 controller. It can run in the foreground in a curses screen, in the background and control it via tcp/ip, or run from /etc/inittab.
JuK is a jukebox and music manager for the KDE desktop similar to jukebox software on other platforms such as iTunes ® or RealOne.
JukePeg is an MP3 decoder/player that is controlled from a socket interface - easily driven from Perl. It supports more than one output device (and can play different tracks to each), and is able to fade-in, fade-out and overlap tracks. The volume, fade-in, fade-out and overlap settings can be set on a track by track basis.
julie is a MP3 and OGG jukebox written in Python and C for UNIX systems. Julie is a client/server system with the music daemon and the user interfaces communicating through UNIX domain pipes. This allows the UI to run on a different computer to the daemon, and also allows multiple user interfaces to run at the same time.
Layer3pimp is a client/server system for connecting with several people to a machine playing mp3 files out of a playlist.
madman is a music manager application that allows you to easily keep your music database organized and tidy, and it helps you listen to better music, be happier, brighten your teeth and quickly restore world peace.
Neutrino is the new name for GnomeDAP, a GNOME 2 (and hence GTK 2) based application for accessing a Creative D.A.P Jukebox (Nomad Jukebox to non Europeans).
Nomaedia is a QT based content management GUI for the Creative Nomad Jukebox. Nomaedia targets to ease the management of the music on all models of the Creative Nomad Jukeboxes.
Obsequiuem is a networked MP3 Jukebox for Linux. It is a networked jukebox because combining the power of the network with the power of digital music allows the creation of a shared personal music experience. A single user jukebox allows one user to access their own music collection on their own machine. With the use of an Obseqieum server many people can contribute to and access a shared digital music archive.
Paloma manages a database of digital music files and facilitate their retrieval and playback in interesting
ways. It works with music files of any form--MP3 files, MIDI files, whatever you've got a player for.
pjbmanager is a GNOME GUI manager for the Hango (Compaq) Personal Jukebox MP3 player.
Polar Jukebox System
Polar Jukebox System is a set of Perl scripts that allows you to manage a sophisticated jukebox on your linux box. All Software is terminal based, a web-frontend is under development.
PyTone is an MP3 jukebox written in Python with a curses based GUI. While providing advanced features like crossfading and multiple players, special emphasis is put on ease of use, turning PyTone into an ideal jukebox system for use at parties.
Room Juice is a multi-user jukebox application. So it's basically an mpg321/ogg123/mikmod/xmp/whatever front end. It's designed to be simple to use and understand, and hopefully, not too difficult to install.
Shrill is a kiosk-style digital audio jukebox written in Perl, designed with simplicity and ease-of-use in mind. The application is built as a frontend to mserv, a featureful MP3/OGG/etc playback server.
Squirrel Jukebox plays all your local MP3 files via its own libmad-based decoder. It allows the tracks to be ranked and grouped in the user-preferred way. It also supports text searches by any ID3 tags or filenames. It is a commandline application.
sTaLMP3Box is a complete control program for a stand-alone MP3 player jukebox computer running under Linux, which uses a HD44780-compatible LCD display connected to the parallel port instead of a monitor.
A jukebox server and client designed for use with touchscreen. It is an ideal replacement for a stationary stereo system in a common area (lounge, pool room, bar, etc.).