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Unsonic, the un-Subsonic music server.

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About

Unsonic is a free drop in replacement for the Subsonic music server. It follows the Subsonic API and is usable with existing Subsonic clients without requiring any adjustment to them.

Unsonic strives to be better at handling music files tags, playing of those songs and use less system resources.

Supported Clients

These are the clients that are known to work well:

  • DSub (Android)
  • JamStash (web)

These clients sort of work with isues:

  • Clementine (Linux desktop)

Installation

Unsonic requires Python 3.6 or greater to work.

Install Unsonic as a system service via pip

  • pip3 install unsonic
  • sudo unsonic install
  • <Edit /etc/unsonic.ini and update database and music libraries>
  • su unsonic -c 'unsonic sync'
  • su unsonic -c 'unsonic adduser '
  • systemctl start unsonic

Running Unsonic from source

  • make build
  • make run

Installing a Web Client

[unsonic]
ui = ../Jamstash/dist
  • With Unsonic running, point your browser at the url printed out, normally something like http://localhost:6543 and your will be redirected to the load Jamstash.
  • Jamstash is very picky about the server URL in it's configuration. Make sure there is no trailing '/' character otherwise Jamstash will not be able to build the path correctly.

Docker Installation

Docker files are located in the ./docker directory. The Makefile contains some convenience targets but the specific docker and/or docker-compose cmmands are also shown.

To build the Unsonic Docker image:

$ docker build ./docker

Or using docker-compose:

$ docker-compose -f ./docker/docker-compose.yml build

The docker-compose file defines 3 containers, each is geared toward a development/test setup; a production Docker should only use these as a reference. The containers defined are of PostgreSQL, and an Unsonic serve based on PostgreSQL and SQLite. The Unsonic containers requires a music directory to volume mount so one must be specified.

$ MUSIC_DIR=~/music/ docker-compose -f ./docker/docker-compose.yml create
$ MUSIC_DIR=~/music/ docker-compose -f ./docker/docker-compose.yml up Unsonic-postgres

Or using the Makefile to simplify all of the above.

$ make MUSIC_DIR=~/music/ docker-sqlite

See docker/Dockerfile for details about the unsonic image. The container details are defined docker/docker-compose.yml. The files docker/config.ini and docker/unsonic-init can be used to tweak the Unsonic process itself.

Adjusting the configuration

The main configuration settings are the location of the database

[mishmash]
sqlalchemy.url = sqlite:///%(here)s/build/development.sqlite

and the location of the music libraries

[library:Music]
paths = ~/music
sync = true

[library:More Music]
paths = /data/music
sync = true

Adjust them to fit your deployment needs. The mishmash.paths can have multiple music directories, one per line. %(here)s refers to the location of the configuration file itself.

Setting up LastFM

Unsonic includes support for querying LastFM for artist/album information out of the box. In addition, you can configure Unsonic with your LastFM account to enable scrobbling.

$ unsonic config -s "lastfm.user=lastfm-user" unsonic-user
$ unsonic config -s "lastfm.password=lastfm-password" unsonic-user

Running with TLS

Unsonic itself doesn't handle TLS, but can easily be run behind a reverse proxy that does. The following example shows how to configure nginx to reverse proxy to a local Unsonic instance. Replace example.com with your domain name/IP. You may change the path portion of the url from "unsonic" to whatever you wish, or remove it completely.

This would go into your /etc/nginx/nginx.conf or its own file in /etc/nginx/sites-available depending on how your distro is setup.

server {
    listen       80;
    server_name  example.com;
    return 301 https://$host$request_uri;
}

server {
    listen       443 ssl http2;
    server_name  example.com;

    ssl config...

    # Your Unsonic is located on https://example.com/
    location / {
        proxy_set_header Host $host;
        proxy_set_header X-Real-IP $remote_addr;
        proxy_set_header X-Forwarded-For $proxy_add_x_forwarded_for;
        proxy_set_header X-Forwarded-Proto $scheme;
        proxy_buffers 16 4k;
        proxy_buffer_size 2k;
        proxy_pass http://localhost:6543;
        proxy_read_timeout 90;
    }

Developing Unsonic

Running tests requires docker.

Development build

  • make devel
  • make devel-run

Tests

  • make tests

Running

  • ./bin/unsonic -c <config.ini> sync
  • ./bin/unsonic -c <config.ini> adduser name pass
  • ./bin/unsonic -c <config.ini> serve [--reload]

Manual Testing

  • ./test/bin/tester getArtists

New DB Version

  • ... Edit schema classes
  • make devel-clean
  • make devel-db
  • ./venv/bin/alembic -c unsonic/alembic/alembic.ini revision --autogenerate -m "comment"
  • ... DB schema should still be the older version
  • bin/unsonic -c unsonic/etc/development.ini listusers
  • ... Check DB schema matches new revision
  • ... Check in new revision file

License

Unsonic is licensed under the GPL v2 license. See the COPYING file for details or http://www.gnu.org/licenses/gpl-2.0.html#SEC1


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