Easy to set up and maintain
If you already have a TS3-Server running or own a VPS or Root-Server you're just a few simple steps away from your own Bot.
Upload your Music
Simply upload files or let your friends upload files and listen to them together. You can also download files from popular services and listen to them.
Easy on Resources
You don't need a new virtual machine or a huge Java installation. The bot is tiny and tries to do its best not to waste resources. A running bot will only take a few megabytes of RAM and little CPU usage.
You decide what your friends can do with your bot and grant more privileges to those you trust more.
The Bot offers more than just a command line interface.
Simple to use
Everything is just a few clicks away.
The bot has been designed with simplicity in mind. So I've tried to not overload its interface with things you don't use all the time. Your friends won't have to read manuals to figure out how everything works. Uploading files is as simple as dragging them from your desktop to the browser. Downloading from the Cloud is barely copying a link. Want to listen to radio streams? There's an integrated directory of stations that you can start with just a double-click.
Create Playlists to quickly organize your Tracks
With just a click you can create a new playlist and then directly upload files to it. You can re-arrange the order by dragging & dropping just as you do on your desktop player.
In the future the bot will also get a folder-like structure for even more organization. Even your friends can have their own folders.
A Bot for Everyone!
Having a whole Clan, Guild or Alliance with different tastes of Music? Just create several bots and let them play for the different audiences. No need to start another instance, it can all be controlled from within the web-interface. You also don't need to re-upload files again, as files and users will be shared between the bot instances.
Okay, well... Almost everything. The bot has the great FFmpeg library built in so that it can playback dozens of audioformats (like mp3, aac, flac) from dozens of containers, even videofiles.
And if it isn't enough to just playback the files you've uploaded, you can make the bot use youtube-dl to fetch content from your favorite video & audio sites.
The bot comes in two flavors; linux and windows, both 64bit. You choose... :)
Did I forget to mention that it's free for personal use?
The Bot is currently still in beta - it should only be installed by advanced users. For more information visit the beta-testers site.
Ubuntu / Debian / ArchLinuxDownload for Linux 64 bit
Just follow the instructions of the installer and start with the shortcut on your desktop. Afterwards open your browser at http://127.0.0.1:8087Download for Windows 64bit
As mentioned, the bot is free for personal use. If you intend to use it commercially (e.g. to make money by renting it), you need to contact the author for a special agreement.
Even if the bot is free, it has cost the author a lot of time. So if you want to support further development and updates, please consider a small donation. It's okay to donate just enough for a beer :)
Information on the Beta
Since the bot is still in beta, you might want to read all information found here.
Bugs & Feature Requests
If you have trouble installing the bot (and have read everything on the issue tracker and the beta information pages before), feel free to open a ticket. Feature requests can also be made there, but please make sure to use the search before posting. Many things have already been asked before and the author will not respond to or directly close questions that have been asked before.