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GJay v0.3.2 Copyright Chuck Groom, 2003 Copyright Craig Small 2010,2011 gjay.sourceforge.net GJay (Gtk+ DJ) generates playlists across a collection of music (mp3, ogg, wav) such that each song sounds good following the previous song. Matches are based on both automatically analyzed song characteristics (BPM, frequency) as well as user-assigned categorizations (song 'color' and rating). It is ideal for DJs planning a set list and home users wanting a non-random way to wander large collections. See http://gjay.sourceforge.net for help and more information. GJay is released under the GPL (see COPYING). BPM analysis code comes from Van Belle Werner's "bpmdj", http://bpmdj.sourceforge.net/ Frequency analysis code comes from Daniel Franklin's "Spectromatic", http://ieee.uow.edu.au/~daniel/software/spectromatic/ BUILD ----- GJay uses the following programs: mpg321 ogg123 audacious GJay depends on the following libraries: libgtk-2.0 libgsl libgslcblas libaudacious GJay supports ogg if it's there (a soft dependancy): libvorbis libvorbisfile To build GJay, you'll need the header files for libgsl, audacious, and Gtk2 and libvorbis-dev The relevant Debian packages are: mpg321 vorbis-tools audacious libgtk2.0 libgsl0 libvorbis (Debian keeps mucking about with this name...) libgtk1.2-dev audacious-dev libgsl0-dev