I'm sick of banshee's shit. What's the best Linux music player that's not full autism (isn't CLI, doesn't need a shitload of customization etc.)?
Not OP but i'm in the same situation.
it's a resource blackhole.
I really like it, but is it open source? I don't trust russians.
something with the looks of
would be nice
i really enjoyed using quodlibet, it's relatively minimalistic but it gives you flexible control over your library and doesn't fuck up your tags, which is surprisingly rare amongst linux music players.
Cmus master race, just install and go.
>mfw i responded with a decent music player and all i've received is hate
>>45550422 probably means Audacious instead of Audacity
OP here, so how do I make my deadbeef look like pic related, I tried dicking around the preferences but can't seem get it. Do I need plugins or something?
I really like GNOME Music. It's simpler than other players and has the "just werkz" factor that I really enjoy. It also mimics iTunes somewhat, which I enjoy also. After playing with ncmpcpp for a while, returning to simple shit is great.
Yes, it suffers from some quite bad backend design at the moment and needs quite a bit of work before I'd recommend it to anyone.
Alternatively there's Lollypop which shares a lot of UI similarities.
interesting, did not know that