Linux Show Player (or LiSP for short) is a free cue player designed for sound-playback in stage productions. The goal of the project is to provide a complete playback software for musical plays, theater shows and similar.
Here a list of the main functionality offered by LiSP:
- Cart layout (buttons matrix) suited for touchscreens
- List layout suited for keyboards
- Large media-format support thanks to GStreamer
- Realtime sound effects: equalization, pitch shift, speed control, compression, …
- Peak and ReplayGain normalization
- Undo/Redo changes
- Remote control over network, between two or more sessions
- ArtNet Timecode (via OLA)
- MIDI support for cue triggering
- MIDI cues (send MIDI messages)
- Multi-language support (see transifex for a list of supported languages)
Currently only GNU/Linux systems are supported.
The application is quite stable, is already been used for multiple performances by different people, but, due to the heterogeneous nature of the GNU/Linux ecosystem, my suggestion is to test it in a “working” environment to detect possible problems with some configuration.