What is the best music player?
lol shut the fuck up who listens to music on mobile
What about the best player for mobile device? Looking for one the moment, i was thinking Poweramp.
Shame the purchasing service not working for me, i have to wait like a month to use it again..
Me, because I actually go places.
pic is someone ik, just felt like he would be good there.
He gets it.
I use poweramp on my android and it's good enough that I bought it after using the trail. On PC I use musicbee which I like a lot more than foobar.
our setup is almost identical. you should use column browser though desu, it's much better with it
You're missing a lot of essential albums from 1971 and 1972
>Acquiring the Taste
>Journey to the Centre of the Eye
>In Den Garten Pharaos
I rarely use it which is why I don't have it. I just search for whatever I want to listen to, besides my library isn't that big so not that big of hassle for me.
>cruising for media players
>hear people talking about musicbee
>can't even adjust the bass because it sounds like non stop blown speaker static
The best one I've used so far is MediaMonkey along with that Jammix winamp plugin.
All music players are still using the sound card and the drivers. The equalization is just post-processing and I haven't heard much post-processing that doesn't take away more than enhance the sound.
I just use media player classic. I use mp3gain and mp3tag on all my mp3's. I sometimes use foobar for playing ISO rips (yes, some assholes rip music as ISO's) and using that crossfade cancellation mod, the one that cancels stereo delay because the source, the mp3, the computer, the player software, and sometimes powered speakers all employ stereo delay to the point that it is too much and is out of phase.
The only post-processing program I ever liked was DFX and that only helps if your system sucks. If your system is quality, you don't need it and you are better off without it.
I also like Cowon Jetaudio, though it crashes if your files IDtag photo is above 500x500. Maybe they fixed that.
I used MediaMonkey before, but it screwed up my music more than it ever organized it. Also, it slowed down to a snail, since I have a terabyte of music. Pretty much every "organizer" program slows to a crawl when you have a lot of music.
I would only switch to another program if the visuals were quality, like the way G-Force used to be.
>Question 1/2 about foobar
What's the Highlight color? When I change it, I only notice that the bottom color of the Spectrum Visualization bar changes - what else changes?
>Question 2/2 about foobar
I want to order my albums by release date. But sometimes there are artists that releases 2 or more albums on the same year, so I use a field named ORDER to number the release date order. Is there any way to hide that number, but still has the albuns order by the way I want?
Blackplayer is my definite favorite.
Being a pleb I listen to all my music through my phone, and this is great for that.
>links to last.fm for scrobbling and easy to download covers either manually or automatically
>artist bios and pics
>every part is customizeable including font and background color
>can delete music through the app
>can edit tags through the app easily
The only con is that when you're in the actual music window, it zooms into the album cover a little too much, and you can't really mess with that. Other than that, 9.5/10.
Poweramp's not that great desu. The equalizer's not great, and it distorts the sound sometimes. GoneMad Music Player can play opus files (hilariously economic, with great sound quality btw 96-128kbps) if you need space on your phone, read cue files (if you like downloading music off YouTube and want to know the song titles, or if you scrobble your tracks) and has customizing options. It's one of the cheapest music apps on the Play Store and the dev is quick to respond to problems.
If you want music players with a great equalizer you can try NRG Music Player (makes my shitty phone sound better by a million light years, it uses a custom playlist system which may confuse some people, but it's free! Unless you can't stand ads. ) or Neutron Music Player (although Neutron can become a CPU intensive hog, and it's one of the more expensive players out there. Plus some people hate the UI.)