Here’s an image of G4Music in action.
The music player supports a good range of audio formats including our recommended format FLAC. There’s support for remote protocols including Samba which is useful if your music collection is stored on your LAN or in the cloud.
Let’s take a brief look at the interface. In the top left hand corner is a 3 line icon. This brings up preferences which lets you choose a dark theme, define the music folder, and whether to load thumbnails for non-local files. By default, the audio peak level is displayed, and gapless playback is enabled.
There’s also the option to use ReplayGain to normalize volume, and use Pipewire audio sink, the latter is an experimental feature.
Also at the top left are icons to let you sort by album/artist/title/shuffle playback, together with full-text search. The rest of the interface shows the music tracks, album art, together with the usual playback buttons and volume slider.