A command-line tool for sending lists of Spotify songs to Grooveshark
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npm install gstool
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|Version||0.1.0 last updated a year ago|
|Keywords||grooveshark, music, spotify|
|Dependencies (10)||coffee-script, request, node-uuid, tinysong, async, underscore, commander, progress, spotify, gs-more|
A command-line tool for moving Spotify playlists to Grooveshark.
An API key for Tinysong.com is required. You can get one here emailed to you instantly.
npm install -g gstool
$ gstool -i songs.txt Enter Grooveshark username: raneksi Enter Grooveshark password: Read 566 track(s) from the file Enter a name for the playlist: my playlist Authenticated with Grooveshark successfully Fetching track metadata... [=============================] 100% 566/566 Done! 493 of 566 tracks found on Grooveshark Created a new playlist with 493 tracks: http://grooveshark.com/#!/playlist/my+playlist/84837484
Usage: gstool [options] Options: -h, --help output usage information -V, --version output the version number -i, --input <file> read spotify playlist from a file -u, --username <username> grooveshark username -p, --password <password> grooveshark password -k, --tinysong-key <key> tinysong API key (tinysong.com/api) -l, --playlist <name> name of the playlist -v, --verbose verbose output
Tinysong API is used to find Grooveshark equivalents for the tracks. As it happens, Tinysong is pretty aggressive in its rate-limiting, allowing around a few hundred calls per day. You can email email@example.com and they will most likely increase the limit for your API key.
This is very inconvenient and if I learn about a workaround I will look into it.