automatically scrobble vinyl to last.fm
You will be asked to enter your username and password. The password is immediately hashed and authorized by last.fm (it's not being saved in plaintext anywhere- don't worry!).
At the moment, you must be using a record player that has USB output connected to your computer, or a split output that you can plug in to your computer's microphone port. Make sure that you switch your sound input settings to use the record player (however it's attached).
A future update will save the password hash for automated login. Ideally,
vinyl-fm would use over-the-air recognition (a la Sound Hound and Shazam) but I can't yet find a music fingerprinting library that can robustly identify music this way. If you find anything that would work in the over-the-air setting, please let me know!
- Interpolate album and songs given some successful matches
- De-dupe matches with similar titles so the same song doesn't get scrobbled several times in a row.
- More intelligent recording (looking for silence to find the beginning of a song?)
portaudio, pyaudio, Cython, pyechonest, pylast
http://portaudio.com/download.html (I built this from source; I think there was a problem with the homebrew version)
pip install pyaudio Cython pyechonest pylast
Obligatory work-in-progress note
This is a work in progress. Chill. It'll get better.