|Bradlee Speice 441f57bb2b Upload the initial documentation for the archiver application||6 years ago|
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Melodia is a Music Manager framework to manage a music archive. This includes:
Music archiving -
Music player -
Other features to come as deemed necessary. Some ideas:
The name comes from the Portugese for “melody.” Plus, I just needed a catchy name. Python Music Manager is just very non-descript.
Melodia was created for a number of different reasons. I needed a project to keep myself busy, and wanted to learn Django. Beyond that, I’ve maintained a personal music collection on a hard drive, and have had a sufficiently hard time trying to keep it organized, keep it centralized, ensure tags were all filled out, etc. Plus, that was only one archive. What if I wanted to keep another archive of music in addition?
On this note then, I wanted to create a music system that could be used in place of a standard local program. This way, I can have one copy of my music across the network, and use it everywhere else.
Good question. Besides just wanting to learn Django, there are some good reasons to create Melodia:
Let me know!
In order to help develop for Melodia, the following packages will need to be installed (needed for audiotools, hopefully will eventually remove dependency):