Itunes like software for Ubuntu
markfpyles at gmail.com
Thu Dec 4 04:34:58 UTC 2008
You're right, Rhythmbox is quite nice, but are their sites in which I
can download artists that are well known such as Sinatra, Tony Bennett,
etc? Thank you.
On Wed, 2008-12-03 at 07:08 -0600, Gregg Fowler wrote:
> On Wed, 2008-12-03 at 02:55 -0500, Michael Haney wrote:
> > Amarok accesses the Magnatune music store. I believe Songbird also
> > accesses a search engine linked to different online music stores and
> > lets you to connect to a Last.fm account. Both I believe also sync up
> > with an iPod or any other MP3 player. Amarok works with my 2GB Sansa
> > Clip but it took a while to configure it correctly.
> > If what you want is a music player that manages music like iTunes does
> > then look no further than Amarok, Rythmbox, and Songbird. Songbird is
> > a music player built from the Mozilla Firefox source code.
> Rhythmbox accesses both Magnatune and Jamendo. It also manages my
> Sandisk player better than Amarok. I think Rhythmbox is really
> underrated. Jamendo is a great site to get music from with lots of
> alternative artists. There is a link also to send donations.
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