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  1. I first released my Sonos Workflow back in 2015 (!!), and then Sonos split their app into S1 and S2 and so I took the opportunity to update my workflow with new iconography and to make some other improvements. It's still pretty basic, but it meets my needs (which is primarily controlling playback). @karimkaylani made a much more powerful workflow called the Alfred Sonos Controller if you want to be able to interact with your Sonos system. 🎩 Get the workflow here This workflow supports the following keywords: previous, pause, play, shuffle, next, mute, volume-down, volume-up, search, mini, and sonos.
  2. Github Link Alfred Sonos Controller Installation Download Download and open the alfredworkflow file to install the workflow Features Play, Pause, Next, Previous Set/Change Volume View Queue Play Songs from Queue (only tested on Spotify playing through Sonos app) Switch to line-in playback (if supported on device) Control Shuffle/Repeat Usage Type soco into Alfred, select or search your device, and then control it on the following screen Hotkeys Hotkeys are added by adding a hotkey trigger on the workflow flowchart (open Alfred Preferences -> Workflows -> Sonos Controller, then right click in the empty space -> Triggers -> Hotkey) and connecting it to the run script block with a text argument that follows the following syntax. You can also edit the preset hotkey triggers by right clicking them and selecting configure object. (sonosName); (command) ex: Bedroom; next Commands: plpau - Play/Pause Sonos device play - Play Sonos device pause - Pause Sonos device volpcg [value] - Set volume to specified value (ex. Bedroom; volpcg 50) chvol [value] - Change volume by a specified value next - Go to the next song previous - Go to the previous song linein - Switch playback to line-in enshuffle - Enable shuffle and disable repeat disshuffle - Disable shuffle and disable repeat enrepeat - Enable repeat and disable shuffle enshuffrep - Enable shuffle and repeat plque [position in queue] - Play a song in a certain position in queue (only tested on Spotify playing through Sonos app) Troubleshooting If you find yourself getting the No Speakers Found error, it may be due to an incorrect interface address. This can be caused by having a VPN active, which unfortunatley Sonos does not support. If you are still recieving this error, you can try manually setting the interface address to your local IP address on your machine (which can be found under your Network settings) by doing the following: Open Alfred Preferences -> Workflows -> SonosController and press the [x] button in the top right corner This screen should appear: Double click under the value column on interface_address and enter in the address of your local IP Acknowledgements This workflow was built using deanishe's Alfred-Workflow Huge shoutout to the team behind SoCo which this workflow uses heavily License This workflow is released under the MIT license
  3. I've whipped up a little workflow which will allow you to send TTS (Text to Speech) phrases to various Sonos devices (assuming you have more than one). I primarily use it to send messages to my kids room telling him to clean up. Directions are available at the GitHub Repo. The plugin works by using lame and say to generate an .mp3 file (called tts.mp3) which is stored somewhere on a sonos accessible path (such as //imac/share). Once the file is generated the plugin utilizes SoCo (a python lib) to tell sonos to play the mp3 file. You can get the latest release at : https://github.com/jeeftor/AlfredSonosTTS/releases I've only tested it with my setup Play1,Play3,Amp and it works on all these devices.
  4. I was hoping to find a playback controller for the Sonos desktop app but only found Jeff Johns's "Sonos Sound Controls" workflow, which unfortunately only offered volume control hotkeys. I tend to do a lot of playback control using keywords, so I set some up for Alfred. I'm an AppleScript noob, and Sonos doesn't really support AppleScript, so this was kind of a pain, and pretty hacky. There were some useful posts from 2008, but otherwise, I was kind of stabbing in the dark. Download here. There's support for the following commands using the 'sonos' keyword: search, play/pause, next track, previous track, volume up/down, and mute. Feedback and suggestions welcomed.
  5. Does anybody know of any workflows for the Sonos Wireless HiFi Music System? Thanks, Chris
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