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  <li>My previous GUI music player was starting to use very large amounts of RAM after opening and indexing my large collection. <span class="footnote"> <a href="https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Clementine_(software)">Clementine</a>, which by the way is (was?) a fantastic piece of software.</span> This was a problem if I was doing anything else, which I usually am. <span class="footnote"> I rarely use my laptop as a jukebox, but it does happen from time to time.</span> <span class="footnote"> GUI stands for <a href="https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Graphical_user_interface">Graphical user interface</a>.</span></li>
  <li>The server-client architecture makes it easy to use a mobile device as a remote control, and do other things you might now know you'd want such as the HTTP server (more on that <a href="#extras--httpd-server">later</a>).</li>
  <li>The server-client architecture makes it easy to use a mobile device as a remote control, and do other things you might not know you'd want such as the HTTP server (more on that <a href="#extras--httpd-server">later</a>).</li>
  <li>It handles large collections without needing several GBs of RAM. <span class="footnote"> In general, resource usage on my server+client setup is very low. I don't have any hard data to demonstrate this, just the anecdote of my years of experience using and observing this setup.</span></li>
  <li>It's very fast. <span class="footnote"> Even on older hardware, like my Thinkpad T61.</span></li>
  <li>Awesome TUI clients such as <a href="https://github.com/ncmpcpp/ncmpcpp#ncurses-music-player-client-plus-plus">ncmpcpp</a>. <span class="footnote"> TUI stands for <a href="https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Text-based_user_interface">Text-based user interface</a>.</span></li>