What is Lyricue?
Lyricue is free and open-source application that is used to edit/display song lyrics and passages of text along with images and videos on a second screen/projector.  It was designed for use at live events such as church services, concerts and seminars.

Why use lyricue?
With Lyricue you are not restricted to setting everything up before the event as you can add, remove and change songs on the fly.

You can edit a song while it is up on the screen and quickly show your changes (good for when you notice a misspelling or the singers decide to change the words on you)

You can even type up notes directly to the screen or quickly display a bible verse at an instants notice.

Lyricue 4.0.12 Release (stable)

A number of bug fixes have been made over the last few months but I kept forgetting to post about them.
The list of fixes is:
* More font dialog fixes
* Ubuntu 14.04 fixes
* Fix for lp#1663401 – Can’t change font size, color, or style in Lyricue 4.0.9
* Fix font colour configuration dialogs
* Set default songnumber when adding song (needed for newer mysql)
* make desktop files valid
* make NAME section of the manpage valid
* Don’t install INSTALL
* Use help: instead of ghelp
* Fix video playback when using clutter-gst < 3
* Move tabs to be vertical and on the side
* Use yelp for help (change from Jeremy Bicha)
* Fix clutter-gst-2.0 build

Updated packages for Ubuntu are available from the package archive at https://code.launchpad.net/~chris-debenham/+archive/ubuntu/lyricue

Source packages are now downloadable directly from github at https://github.com/cjd/lyricue/releases


Lyricue Remote for Android 1.2 released

I finally got around to writing an Android app to connect to Lyricue.
I have uploaded it to the google store and it is available for download now!

Get it on Google Play

At this point most of the basic functionality is implemented such as quick controls, viewing playlists, adding/removing songs from playlists, adding bible verses (but with no page splitting as yet) and even quick access to putting text on the screen or OSD.
Download it now and let me know how it goes 🙂

Source is available at https://github.com/cjd/lyricue-android


Precue 2.0 released

Precue (the web-based frontend to Lyricue) has been updated to version 2.0

  •     Now works with current Lyricue releases

Download the source from www.lyricue.org/archive/precue_2.0.tar.gz
Or install from the PPA – See https://launchpad.net/~chris-debenham/+archive/lyricue for details on how to do this