How to quickly save your Winamp playlist as HTML file

Winamp Playlist

To generate an HTML file of your playlist:

In Winamp, Simply press the following on your keyboard:

Control-Alt-G

The HTML file should automatically open in your browser. If not, you can find it at the following location:

C:\Users\USER\AppData\Local\Temp

(Replace USER with your own Windows username.)

 

That’s it, that’s all!

 

View an example playlist I generated:  WinampGeneratedPlaylist.html

Using ‘Mixed In Key 7’ to perform automatic key detection on MP3s

Post is coming soon… in the meantime:

Key Detection Software Comparison< (2015 Edition)/a> @ DjTechTools.com

How to install ‘liquidsoap’ audio stream generator on Ubuntu 12.04

Coming soon.

liquidsoap @ savonet.sourceforge.net

Using MP3gain to losslessly adjust volume of tracks without re-encoding files

MP3gain doesn’t just normalize an MP3, it analyses it using the Replay Gain algorithm to¬†determine how loud the file actually sounds to the human ear… and quite well, too.

Instructions coming soon, in the meantime:

MP3gain website (SourceForge.net)
MP3gain downloads (SourceForge.net)

Using ‘eyeD3’ to show/edit/copy MP3 ID3 tags in Ubuntu 12.04 shell

To install eyeD3:

Note: lowercase ‘d’ unlike the actual command.

To display ID3 info, use “eyeD3 <filename>”, surrounding the filename in quotes if it contains spaces:

Note: uppercase ‘D’ when using the command.

Output:

You can also display the ID3 info for multiple files at once, for example to see the ID3 tags for every file in a directory:

 

There’s lots you can do with eyeD3, including retagging, copying tags, removing tags, converting one tag format to another, etc.. here’s the full “eyeD3 –help” usage output:

 

Batch re-encode MP3s and fix ID3 tags using ‘lame’ and ‘id3cp’ in Ubuntu 12 script.

Coming soon.