We recently introduced you to a command line music app, MOC media player for Linux, that comes with an equalizer and a mixer.
Today we bring you another command line app called Tizonia, which can play locally stored music files and also allow you to listen to your favorite music streaming platforms.
Tizonia is an Open Source command-line application for streaming music on your Linux desktop.
It features a custom OpenMAX IL 1.2-based multimedia framework alongside Google Music, Spotify, Dirble, and YouTube.
Features in Tizonia
- Available for Debian and Rasberry Pi
- Play local media files
- Radio integration: SHOUTcast/Icecast
- SoundCloud integration
- Spotify integration
- Google Music integration
- Remote control support using MPRISv2
How to Install and Use Tizonia Music Player on Linux
Install Tizonia, simply type the following on a terminal:
$ curl -kL https://goo.gl/Vu8qGR | bash
To stream music, you must connect your accounts (e.g. Google, SoundCloud, Spotify, etc) by adding account credentials to the
$ nano /home/tecmint/.config/tizonia/tizonia.conf
Start Tizonia by entering:
The streaming client comes with a detailed manual to get you up and running with it so if you ever get confused about which commands to use, access the manual by entering:
$ tizonia --help googlemusic $ tizonia --help soundcloud $ tizonia --help spotify $ tizonia --help youtube
--help command can be followed by another to streamline the man page results.
To play local music files, just type:
$ tizonia Sia-The-Greatest.mp3
What’s your take on Tizonia? Does it take away the place MOC music player might have taken in your heart? Or perhaps you don’t like command line apps at all. Let me know your thoughts in the comments.