jeby
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Music sync and streaming over internet?

Mon Feb 23, 2015 12:59 pm

Good morning everyone,

I've a lot of music coming from my iTunes library. Right now I use iTunes to transfer music on my iPhone, and Google Music to listen on my Nexus 9, this mean I've to upload the music on Google's server via a MacBook Pro that right now I barely turn on once a month... I really dislike both iTunes and Google Music, so I want to find an alternative to both, possibly open-source, that run on the Pi on server side, with clients on the devices.

What I want to do is:
- sync some playlist on the devices for offline listening
- stream the entire music library over the internet so I can access it in mobility

what is the best way to accomplish this? I'm looking at MoPiDy but I'm not sure it's what I need. Also, which app I need on iOS and Android?

Thank you!

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topguy
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Re: Music sync and streaming over internet?

Mon Feb 23, 2015 1:31 pm

The first option that springs to mind is "Subsonic". http://www.subsonic.org/
Search the forum and see if others have tried it before.

Ampache or Plex might be other alternatives.

betruk
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Re: Music sync and streaming over internet?

Fri Jul 24, 2015 6:58 am

Me too not a fan of iTunes. It is complicated and limits on every espects. I googled Subsonic and turns out it is an open-source web-based media streamer and jukebox. Supports MP3, OGG, AAC and other streamable audio and video formats. I should check it on my computer right now.

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