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-{{:​blog:​screenshot_from_2019-06-03_17-11-08.png?​direct&​200  ​}}DeadBeef (I'll cope with two capital letters, but I absolutely refuse to use all four!) is a music player and manager for Linux, written in C -so it's light on resources and blindingly fast. It also does pretty much everything I need a music organiser/​player to do, very flexibly and capably. The icing on the cake is that it uses the sort of formatting and customisation language that Foobar2000 does on Windows. ​+{{:​blog:​screenshot_from_2019-06-03_17-11-08.png?​direct&​240  ​}}DeadBeef (I'll cope with two capital letters, but I absolutely refuse to use all four!) is a music player and manager for Linux, written in C -so it's light on resources and blindingly fast. It also does pretty much everything I need a music organiser/​player to do, very flexibly and capably. The icing on the cake is that it uses the sort of formatting and customisation language that Foobar2000 does on Windows. ​
  
 The short version is, therefore, that DeadBeef is, just about, the nearest thing to Foobar2000 that Linux has... which makes it rather special, highly desirable and a delight to use. The short version is, therefore, that DeadBeef is, just about, the nearest thing to Foobar2000 that Linux has... which makes it rather special, highly desirable and a delight to use.
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