Sayonara Player is a audio player for Linux written in C++. It is small, clear and fast.
Sayonara uses Gstreamer as audio backend. It is supported by the Qt framework.
Sayoanra is considered as a lightweight player. But it holds a lot of features to organize even big music collections.
The main focus of Sayonara is performance, low CPU usage and low memory consumption. That is why it is not like the bigger and well known audio players. That is why i like it so much.
Sayonara Player is a very good alternative to Amarok, Rhythmbox and Clementine.
Who misses Winamp, should try Sayonara.
Sayonara is a user friendly, easy to use. It is only available for Linux.
Many supported music and playlist formats
Media library with search function
External device support
Playlist view organized by tabs
Speed and pitch control
Metadata editor (including tags from path)
Customizable spectrum analyzer and level meter
Desktop integration (DBus Mpris2 compatible)
And a bunch of smaller features not really notable but you will love them
How To Install Sayonara Player
How To Install Sayonara On Ubuntu, Debian, Linux Mint, Elementary OS and Other Ubuntu based Systems Via PPA
Launch a terminal window (ctrl+alt+t), and type the code (you can copy – paste the code):
sudo apt-add-repository ppa:lucioc/sayonara
Then in terminal window:
sudo apt-get update
After then in terminal window:
sudo apt-get install sayonara
If you want to download .deb package
How To Install Sayonara On Fedora
Since Fedora 21 you can find Sayonara in the repositories. Launch a terminal window, and type the code (you can copy – paste the code):
sudo yum install sayonara
sudo dnf install sayonara
How To Install Sayonara On Mageia Linux
How To Install Sayonara On Arch Linux
The stable version of Sayonara Player here: https://aur.archlinux.org/packages/sayonara-player
If you want to build a package for Arch Linux, use the PKGBUILD file here
How To Install Sayonara On Gentoo