Linux - Command to play audio songs, Play Music Files
Command to play audio songs
Play the first track from a audio CD.
# cdplay play 1
Get a free coffee cup holder (Eject the CD ROM tray).
Play a wave file.
# play my_file.wav
Play an mp3 file.
# mpg123 my_file.mp3
Create a wave audio file from an mp3 audio file.
# mpg123 -w my_file.wav my_file.mp3
(in X terminal) Start the program to downolad mp3 files that other users of napster have displayed for downloading. Really cool!
(CD ripper) Read the contents of an audio CD and save it into wavefiles in the current directories, one track per wavefile. The "1-" means "from track 1 to the last". -B forces putting each track into a separate file.
cdparanoia -B "1-"
Play a midi file. playmidi -r my_file.mid will display text mode effects on the screen.
(argument not given here) Convert from almost any audio file format to another (but not mp3s).
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