Groove Basin is a music player server with a web-based user interface inspired by Amarok 1.4.

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.

Live discussion in #libgroove on Freenode.

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