Music player server with a web-based interface inspired by Amarok 1.4
Music player server with a web-based user interface.
Run it on a server connected to some speakers in your home or office. Guests can control the music player by connecting with a laptop, tablet, or smart phone. Further, you can stream your music library remotely.
Groove Basin works with your personal music library; not an external music service. Groove Basin will never support DRM content.
Try out the live demo.
The web client feels like a desktop app, not a web app. It predicts what the server will do in order to hide network lag from the user.
Auto DJ which automatically queues random songs, favoring songs that have not been queued recently.
Drag and drop upload. Drag and drop playlist editing. Keyboard shortcuts for everything.
Streaming support. You can listen to your music library - or share it with your friends - even when you are not physically near your home speakers.
MPD protocol support. This means you already have a selection of
clients which integrate with
Groove Basin. For example MPDroid.
If you're writing a new client, upgrade to the Groove Basin Protocol with
File system monitoring. Add songs anywhere inside your music directory and they instantly appear in your library.
sudo apt-add-repository ppa:andrewrk/libgroovesudo apt-get updatesudo apt-get install groovebasingroovebasin
npm run build
When Groove Basin starts it will look for
config.json in the current
directory. If not found it creates one for you with default values.
Use this to set your music library location and other settings.
It is recommended that you generate a self-signed certificate and use that instead of using the public one bundled with this source code.
$ npm run dev
This will install dependencies, build generated files, and then start the sever. It is up to you to restart it when you modify assets or server files.
Pull requests, feature requests, and bug reports are welcome! Live discussion in #libgroove on Freenode.