Musique 1.4

  • Added out of the box support on Mac OS X for many audio formats thanks to the new VLC-based engine:
    FLAC, OGG Vorbis, Monkey’s Audio (APE), Musepack (MPC), WavPack (WV), True Audio (TTA) and others

  • Style refresh to make Musique feel at home on OS X Yosemite and Windows 8
  • Enhancements to the search suggestions
  • Make the volume handle red when volume is zero
  • Hide the status bar when in the Info View
  • Remote collections: do not update collection if dir does not exist or is empty
  • Added –stop-after-this command line switch
  • Fixed duplicate tracks when playing an artist
  • The Mac version is now 64bit and works on 10.6 or later
  • The Windows version has been updated to the latest VLC
  • Linux: Added Stop After This Video Unity & Gnome 3 action
  • Goodbye Ubuntu Software Center!
  • New and updated translations
  1. Pip says:

    How to update in Ubuntu 12.04 from the 1.3v ? Thanks for this amazing work!!!!!!!!

  2. Pietro says:

    I unistalled v1.3 and installed v1.4 with gdbi on ubuntu. But now i need use the console to start musique :(

  3. Sedar says:

    Good job!
    I enjoy this player but unfortunately I don’t have its license. I couldn’t buy it online. This application expire in a few days.

  4. Jean-Pierre says:

    Hello, I have just discovered your music player. For me it’s the best so far, classy and most effective. Just do its purpose, PLAY MUSIQUE !!! Great Job

  5. Kam says:

    Thanks for this great app!

    I just wanted to let you know that the volume and play sliders no longer respect the colors of the default Qt theme (at least in Ubuntu): they’re plain grey instead, which is kinda ugly on dark themes.

    Besides that minor issue, thanks again for this great app!

  6. Blonck says:

    Thanks for this great and simple music player.

    It does one job and it does it well.

  7. JC says:

    Hi and many thanks for this player !! Just do its purpose, play Music ! :D

    Is there any plan to control the player via the sound menu of Unity ?

  8. Isabel says:

    I purchased the app through the App Store and I am trying to run it on El Capitan (10.11.4) to no avail.

    The program keeps trying to load the songs when I hit play and ends up giving me a “no active audio output” message when it’s done. Also, the information button for the tracks does not work.

  9. Isabel says:

    I purchased the Musique app on the App store and I am trying to run it on El Capitan (10.11.4) to no avail.

    The program keeps trying to load the tracks once I hit play but it never actually plays anything and ends up giving me a “no active audio output” message. Also, the info button for the tracks/albums does not work either.

  10. Marcos says:

    Hi Flavio, the deb package avaliable on download page is 1.1 version. How I can download the current one? Thanks.

  11. ubutos says:

    Hi Flavio, thank for Music. I try to install version 1.4 on ubuntu 16.04 LTS with the Musique64.deb file, and Gdebi answer me that libtag1c2a is not resolved. Is there a deb somewhere ? Thanks.

  12. chilipadi says:

    I have the same problem as “ubutos” when I try and install Musique version 1,4 onto Linux Mint 18. GDebi tells me I need libtag1c2a dependency. Getting libtag1c2a into Linux Mint 18 doesn’t appear to be a straightforward proposition.

    As a temporary solution, I have reverted back to Linux Mint 17.3 so that I have access to my music.

    The libtag1c2a issue seems to be a fairly big issue in the Ubuntu / Linux Mint community at the moment, so I’ll give it a month or two to play out.

  13. wallet says:

    The same issue, I tried downloading the libtag1c2a package from the debian website; however it conflicts with the package libtag1v5:amd64, which Ubuntu-desktop and many other packages are dependent on.

    Hope that this problem will be fixed soon!

  14. Marcos says:

    Hello Flavio, I have the same issue, cannot install Musique 1.4 (deb package) on Ubuntu 16.04. Its my favorite music player, hope this problem will be fixed soon, thank for your hard work.

  15. uozzo says:

    Same issue for me with libtag1c2a on Ubuntu 16.04. Thanks for your help

  16. Baz says:

    Same issue with libtag1c2a here on Linux Mint 18

  17. mxdsp says:

    Theres is a workaround for the missing libtag1c2a package on askbuntu :