Simple music player
Music is available via Flatpak:
Installing nightly builds
$ flatpak remote-add --from gnome-nightly https://sdk.gnome.org/gnome-nightly.flatpakrepo $ flatpak remote-add --from gnome-apps-nightly https://sdk.gnome.org/gnome-apps-nightly.flatpakrepo $ flatpak install gnome-apps-nightly org.gnome.Music
Your software distribution may offer you packages for Music:
Arch Linux: gnome-music
Building from source
Download tarballs of latest stable release.
Alternatively, clone latest development code using git:
git clone https://gitlab.gnome.org/GNOME/gnome-music.git
See README.md file for futher instructions.
Read user documentation offline by selecting Help in application menu
To see detailed info on Music execution run it with -d
$ gnome-music -d
Music plays content from the XDG_MUSIC_DIR directory. It queries Tracker for relevant content in this location.
Music uses Tracker to harvest and cache metadata about the content coming from the above sources. It uses SPARQL as the query language, and the tracker command can be used to control and interface with the Tracker services. Tracker's manual for application developers covers SPARQL extensively.
For local content, check the metadata of the file extracted by Tracker:
$ tracker info song.mp3
Music needs at least album-artist, song name, and album name to use the file. You need to use an id3v2 tag editor to add/edit that info. See avaliable id3v2 editors
- Check your indexed files:
$ tracker status
- Index Music folder:
$ tracker index --file ~/Music
- Look for your indexed albums:
$ tracker search --music-albums
- See tracker detecting changes on metadata
$ tracker daemon -w
Getting in touch
Talk with our user and developer community via our:
Test Music and its development version and report bugs:
Creating or improving:
- Packaging: make the latest releases available for your distribution
Contribute code to fix existing bugs: