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Amarok Dj mixing according to same mood (idea)

  

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Amarok Dj mixing according to same mood (idea)
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Downloads:  713
Submitted:  May 14 2006
Updated:  May 20 2006

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I've got a brilliant idea: since Amarok 1.4 is able to determin the mood of the songs, why not let it mix and automatically add songs based on the same mood pattern?! This kind of usage is only present in hi-tech dj software and would be another great reason to just step over and use linux! ;-)




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 Wrong category

 
 by Ekardnam on: May 14 2006
 
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This isn't a amaroK script, please put it somewhere else.


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 Re: Wrong category

 
 by Superstoned on: May 16 2006
 
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indeed, it is very annoying to have this show up in amarok's get hot new stuff while there is nothing to download. its a cool idea, but it doesn't belong here.


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 Bugzilla

 
 by blujay on: May 17 2006
 
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This is what Bugzilla is for. Please learn to use it.


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 To the admins:

 
 by markey on: May 19 2006
 
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Admins, please change the category of this entry, or remove it!

The submitter seems to be ignorant to our requests.


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 Re: To the admins:

 
 by Carroarmato0 on: May 20 2006
 
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Sorry for beeing late! I wasn't able to get to my pc soon.

I've place my post here because I wasn't able to figure out where I had to place it.

Could you tell me where it is best to place these kinds of posts?


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 Moved

 
 by Carroarmato0 on: May 20 2006
 
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Found where this should be! :)


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 It's a good thing...

 
 by helios on: May 21 2006
 
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Now that you have been properly punished and publically chastised for your transgression, I want to thank you for your idea.

Had you not posted it here, I probably would have not seen it. I will get to work on the concept immediately and when I have something worth writing, I will email it to you.

Since it will be under the GPL, I will let you be the one to post it...but make sure to post it right here. We wouldn't want to upset anyone.

helios


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 itunes

 
 by Divilinux on: May 21 2006
 
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it's like a sort of itunes mixing songs?


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