"What would life be without music? Given the proper codecs, in
Linux you can play almost any digital audio format. Linux has many
graphical applications that can do the job, such as Amarok,
Rhythmbox, Audacious, and XMMS, all of which provide an intuitive
user interface, playlist sorting, and various other options. But
what if you want low resource usage so you can play tunes on aging
hardware? Here are some alternative players for the Linux command
"At the top of the list comes mp3blaster. Out of all the CLI
audio players I worked with, mp3blaster was the most comprehensive
and feature-full. It has an ncurses interface, and once you
familiarize yourself with the keys you'll find it fairly easy to
renounce other audio players..."
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