Convergence Jukebox Downloads

Convergence Jukebox 2

Convergence Jukebox 2 is the latest version being developed. It builds upon the original Convergence Jukebox Code Base. It can be downloaded from it’s Github page. As it’s in development refer to the readme on the page for instruction on how to run it.

Convergence Jukebox For Raspberry Pi

This is a self booting working version of Convergence Jukebox .img file for Raspberry Pi computers built on Raspian Wheezy for an 8 gig SD card. Once downloaded unzip the file then burn the convergencejukeboxpi.img file onto an 8 gig SD card in the same manner you would write an operating system to an SD card ( Once completed boot it on your Pi.

Download Convergence Jukebox .img File For 8gig SD Card

Convergence Jukebox For Windows

This is as a self extracting winzip file that does not require you to have Python 2.7 installed your Windows computer. If you’re unfamiliar on how how to install this package refer to the Frequently Asked Questions – Convergence Jukebox Version 0.4 guide at

Download Convergence Jukebox For Windows v0.4.exe

Convergence Jukebox GitHub Site

This is the home base for the Convergence Jukebox source code written in Python. You can download source or fork projects from this site. For more information you can consult the Convergence Jukebox FAQ at or

Go To Convergence Jukebox GitHub Site


Convergence Jukebox Windows EXE Now In Testing


Update: The strange looking image above is of a test of a working Convergence Jukebox Windows executable operating simultaneously on six differnt windows computers. They range from computers with Intel ATOM cpu’s through to Intel i7’s. The software setup was consistent on all six windows computers that I tested the executable on. They range from windows 7 to 10 computers some with no Python installed on them. This is a screenshot of my monitoring setup.

The problem I was having (for the last three days) was in the exe version the screen was not updating as the songs changed. The music kept playing but the screen updater was flaky once converted to an executable. It seems to be working consistently now. I switched from the cz_freeze to the py2exe software and py2exe appears to have done the job.

Even though my last post indicated I was putting the windows executable aside, I decided to persevere and I finally had success. The release, which I expect to be within the next seven days will work on Windows computers without Python installed. I am working on this release pretty much full time. One good thing that came out of this was that some features were added including a whole bunch of dropbox integration……