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(What Am I Trading?)

By using SoundCloud or other such internet services, this app indirectly pushes users into trades (data trading, attention trading). These services collect data about the users in order to allow users to use them, or may push ads (e.g. radio stations) for the same reasons.


A graphical (Qt5) client for MPD, supporting the following features:

  • Supports Linux, macOS, Windows, and Haiku. NOTE: Only Linux actively supported as of 2.3.3
  • Multiple MPD collections.
  • Highly customisable layout.
  • Songs (optionally) grouped by album in play queue.
  • Context view to show artist, album, and song information of current track.
  • Simple tag editor.
  • File organizer – use tags to organize files and folders.
  • Ability to calculate ReplyGain tags. (Linux only, and if relevant libraries installed)
  • Dynamic playlists.
  • Smart Playlists.
  • Online services; Jamendo, Magnatune, SoundCloud, and Podcasts.
  • Radio stream support – with the ability to search for streams via TuneIn, ShoutCast, or Dirble.
  • USB-Mass-Storage and MTP device support. (Linux only, and if relevant libraries installed)
  • Audio CD ripping and playback. (Linux only, and if relevant libraries installed)
  • Playback of non-MPD songs – via simple in-built HTTP server.
  • MPRISv2 DBUS interface.
  • Scrobbling.
  • Ratings support.

4 thoughts on “Cantata

  1. Perhaps this is the best audio player on Linux. It can play pretty much any formats, it can also stream from online sources + you can even add in radio stations. You can create as many playlists as you want and tweak pretty much everything about its interface. You can use it in simple mode (small – compact) or extended mode.

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