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has anyone ever heard of gjay? I just ran across it today, looking for something that I could use to make my huge .mp3 collection easier to navigate. Anyways, it ...
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    Cool little music app


    has anyone ever heard of gjay?

    I just ran across it today, looking for something that I could use to make my huge .mp3 collection easier to navigate. Anyways, it first catalogs your collection (this can take some time), and it can then create playlists based on the songs themselves!
    Basically, it checks which songs sound good coming one after another (much like I do when creating custom CD's or playlists for parties). You can define the length of the playlist, and play it directly in XMMS. You can also rate your songs, as well as define a color. This can be anything (my rock is all blue, the heavier the rock, the deeper the blue) , and it helps the program to put songs together in a meaningful order.
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    Right now I'm emerging cxfe (a commandline XINE-interface), but I might try it later on

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