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These utilities are pretty tailored to me right now and could use librarization and genericizing a bit. That said, they're quite simple and easy to modify. Usage examples: $ play-preset 1. 88.5 XPN - Philadelphia 2. Folk Alley - WXPN - Philadelphia 3. NPR 4. 89.7 WGBH - Boston 5. 89.9 KCRW - Santa Monica 6. 89.9 KCRW Eclectic Music - Santa Monica 7. 88.5 WFCR - Western Mass $ play-preset 6 Playing 89.9 KCRW Eclectic Music - Santa Monica... OK $ play-preset folk alley Playing Folk Alley - WXPN - Philadelphia... OK $ soundbridge-growl & # Uses Ubuntu's growl-like notifications to show the current song. # Currently has some KCRW-specific tailoring. $ soundbridge-upnp-play Playing 'streaming' over the soundbridge $ soundbridge-upnp-play speakers Playing 'speakers' over the soundbridge # Plays UPnP audio streams served by Rygel's Gst Launch plugin. # I have the following pulseaudio and rygel config snippets below. See # `stream` for how I put it all together. $ cat ~/.config/rygel.conf # trimmed [GstLaunch] enabled=true launch-items=streaming;speakers streaming-title=Audio from blip streaming-mime=audio/x-wav streaming-launch=pulsesrc device=streaming.monitor ! wavenc speakers-title=Audio from blip's speakers speakers-mime=audio/x-wav speakers-launch=pulsesrc device=alsa_output.pci-0000_00_1b.0.analog-stereo.monitor ! wavenc $ tail -n 3 /etc/pulse/default.pa # Setup a streaming sink load-module module-null-sink sink_name=streaming format=s16be channels=2 rate=44100 sink_properties="device.description='Streaming'" $ soundbridge-upnp-stop # Stop the music and go home `stream` is very specific to my setup and takes care of all the funny business of redirecting pulse audio streams around to the various devices I care about. Namely, the work airtunes speakers, my soundbridge, and my local laptop speakers. It's a good example of how to move all that audio around and start and stop network streaming. Examples of how I use it: $ stream home Playing 'streaming' over the soundbridge Streaming Banshee (18) to home (streaming) $ stream off Streaming Banshee (18) to off (0) $ stream work Streaming Banshee (18) to work (raop.Conference-Room.local) $ stream work chrome Streaming chrome (21) to work (raop.Conference-Room.local) $ stream off chrome Streaming chrome (21) to off (0) $ stream preset npr Playing NPR... OK