Clyp web service allows anyone to share and embed uploaded audio files. There’s also an API, a recorder and web page widgets.
Some players display, or play files, in the order that the file was originally copied to a USB drive or stick. YAFS (Yet Another FAT Sorter) allows the order to be changed to whatever you prefer. YAFS is a multi-platform, open source, freeware, command line utility with a GUI (Graphical User Interface).
gnudb.org ~ a new home for the freedb database
How to use gnudb.org:
Configure your CDDB or freedb-aware software to point to gnudb.gnudb.org as your CDDB / freedb-server.
All official gnudb servers are running cddbp at port 8880 and http at port 80
The path for http-access is
Access a xmcd file directly when you know the genre and discid at:
Source: gnudb.org CD database
Clearly, the available literature prescribes balanced interconnection as the absolute best way to interconnect audio equipment. The use of entirely balanced interconnection with both ends of the shield connected to chassis ground at the point of entry provides the best available performance.
Add to, and greatly extend, the information in your music files by using the foo_discogs component to tag albums with Discogs information. Once the additional Discogs release information is stored in the song tags, it’s possible to search for catalog numbers, secondary artists or studios, etc. You can now also create toolbar buttons which open the corresponding artist or release pages in Discogs, the artist’s own website or other links.
Files tagged with Discogs information
- Install foo_discogs
- Configure foo_discogs (Tagging/Discogs/Configuration)
- In Foobar, select an entire album on a playlist
- Right click and select Tagging
- From the submenu select Discogs
- Then select Write Tags…
- Click Search then select the correct match and click Next
- Confirm that the tracks match the files and click Write tags
Your audio files should now be tagged with the additional Discogs metadata.