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After iCommune, here's Earphoria

Here's another iTunes remote controller, Earphoria

&quote; Using rendezvous hocus-pocus, Earphoria automagically locates all Earphoria enabled Macs on your network. The instant you connect to one, Earphoria is beamed the available music library. You can now play, pause, skip and search your music in one unobtrusive interface. With a single keystroke you can pop open your music anytime, anywhere on your network!

Apparently, there's 2 applications: One on the server side, and one for the client. Looks cool, but I haven't tried it for real..

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#1 by hydo

18:55 on 13 February 2003

Euphoria is really cool but there's one catch. When you open it, and pick your host out of the list, it plays the music on the *remote* machine. It's a great remote control application for juke boxes and what not.

#2 by hydo

19:00 on 13 February 2003

Errr. Make that Earphoria.

#3 by David Roessli

16:02 on 22 February 2003

True. Guess I didn't read the "ReadMe" properly. That said, it works like a charm. Only missing is the current song/artist (let it run for a while, and you do get lost..), and maybe a three pane browsing view.

Requires iTunes to be loaded on the remote computer.

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