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audio/Audio-1.029 (Score: 0.6449683)
Audio manipulation routines for perl
This is the beginnings of Audio manipulation routines for perl. Currently can load or save Sun/Next .au/.snd files and play them via Network Audio Server (from ftp.x.org) or native /dev/audio on Unices.
audio/Audio-WMA-1.3 (Score: 0.5248559)
Fetch info from WMA audio files
Fetch info from WMA audio files.
audio/Audio-Scan-0.93 (Score: 0.49471337)
Scanner for audio file metadata and tag information
Audio::Scan is a C-based scanner for audio file metadata and tag information. It currently supports MP3 via an included version of libid3tag, MP4, Ogg Vorbis, FLAC (if libFLAC is installed), ASF, WAV, AIFF, Musepack, and Monkey's Audio.
audio/Audio-Scrobbler-0.01 (Score: 0.49197972)
Perl interface to Last.fm and AudioScrobbler
The Audio-Scrobbler module provides a Perl and command-line interface to Last.fm's AudioScrobbler - http://www.audioscrobbler.com/.
audio/Audio-MPD-2.004 (Score: 0.43927658)
Class to talk to MPD (Music Player Daemon) servers
Audio::MPD gives a clear object-oriented interface for talking to and controlling MPD (Music Player Daemon) servers. A connection to the MPD server is established as soon as a new Audio::MPD object is created. Note that the module will by default connect to mpd before sending any command, and will disconnect after the command has been issued. This scheme is far from optimal, but allows us not to care about timeout disconnections. /!\ Note that Audio::MPD is using high-level, blocking sockets. This means that if the mpd server is slow, or hangs for whatever reason, or even crash abruptly, the program will be hung forever in this sub. The POE::Component::Client::MPD module is way safer - you're advised to use it instead of Audio::MPD. Or you can try to set conntype to $REUSE (see Audio::MPD constructor for more details), but you would be then on your own to deal with disconnections.
audio/Audio-Ecasound-1.01 (Score: 0.43771374)
Perl extension for ecasound sampler, recorder, fx-processor
Audio::Ecasound provides perl bindings to the ecasound control interface of the ecasound program. You can use perl to automate or interact with ecasound so you don't have to turn you back on the adoring masses packed into Wembly Stadium. Ecasound is a software package designed for multitrack audio processing. It can be used for audio playback, recording, format conversions, effects processing, mixing, as a LADSPA plugin host and JACK node. Version >= 2.2.X must be installed to use this package. "SEE ALSO" for more info.
audio/Audio-Musepack-1.0.1 (Score: 0.43693572)
Interface to Musepack file information and APE tag fields
This module returns a hash containing basic information about a Musepack file, as well as tag information contained in the Musepack file's APE tags. See Audio::APETags for more information about the tags.
audio/xmms-xf86audio-0.4.4 (Score: 0.43614843)
XF86Audio multimedia-key support for XMMS
A plugin that enables XMMS to use the media-control keys on many keyboards to control XMMS playback and volume.
audio/Audio-Mixer-0.7 (Score: 0.4329694)
Perl extension for Sound Mixer control
Audio::Mixer - Perl extension for Sound Mixer control This is just a very simple Perl interface which allows to set various sound mixer parameters. The most important probably 'vol' (volume). The list of all mixer parameters can be obtained using get_mixer_params() function. All values (lcval, rcval) are numbers in 0-100 range.
audio/Audio-CD-0.04 (Score: 0.429003)
Perl interface to libcdaudio (cd + cddb)
Perl interface to libcdaudio (cd + cddb): http://cdcd.undergrid.net/ This module was created for adding CDDB support to <Xmms::shell> and cd tray <eject>. I added methods for a good chunk of other <libcdaudio> functions while I was at it, but the docs and glue is not complete. I do not have interest in completing the interface and docs, because xmms/Xmms::shell provides everything I need (at the moment) for audio. If you have an interesting reason for needing the missing pieces, I'll probably be interested in adding them.
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