On Sun, 6 Nov 2011, Renato wrote:
> that works quite good for my small sample collection. I also have
Yeah, SampleCat does look like what I'm looking for. I did think about
Midnight Commander, but what I didn't like about that was that it
doesn't actually understand the content itself. I'd like something
truly like GQview, but for audio -- it knows what it's browsing, and it
gives you options to internally audition and manage on disk. Samplecat
seems to do that, including even the ability to keep track of stuff on
removable media that's not mounted.
What launched all of this is my growing archive of drum machine samples
from various vintage beatboxes. It's getting to the point where even I
don't know what I've got anymore, and I'm pretty sure a lot of it's
useless and could be deleted.
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