#1
I can't believe this hasn't been done before.
What do you think is the best music player software? iTunes? Winamp? Windows Media Player?
I know there's a ****load of obscure stuff out there too...
#3
I use Windows Media because it's already on my computer and it does it's job fine.
#7
I'm using iTunes. I like it.
I can honestly say I have really been far even as decided to use even go want to do look more like.


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#10
i like winamp, but i have a question for you guys...

is there a software that allows you to permanently alter an mp3 track? for example if you have a song, but you feel it lacks bass, is there a way you can change it so the bass will be more apparent when you play the song in your car, stereo, etc.?

hope that makes sense, thanks in advance.
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#15
i love using itunes. i dont see how anyone could not like it
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I use iTunes, but it seems to be quite the memory whore sometimes...


+1

I just like it better than windows media player.
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#17
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i like winamp, but i have a question for you guys...

is there a software that allows you to permanently alter an mp3 track? for example if you have a song, but you feel it lacks bass, is there a way you can change it so the bass will be more apparent when you play the song in your car, stereo, etc.?

hope that makes sense, thanks in advance.

ya dude, just open it in audacity and alter it to whatever you want, and then save the file over the original file, rip it to a disc, etc.
#18
Quote by metvettefreak
i love using itunes. i dont see how anyone could not like it

you have to install quicktime, and combined they take up over 140 MB. iTunes doesn't play FLAC. Gleaming white backgrounds are a pain on the eyes. Not customizable whatsoever.

Foobar on the other hand takes up a grand total of under 10 MBs, plays FLAC and many other great formats, and you can customize it to pieces with hundreds of 3rd party components.
#19
Quote by RageAgnstUrJaw
i like winamp, but i have a question for you guys...

is there a software that allows you to permanently alter an mp3 track? for example if you have a song, but you feel it lacks bass, is there a way you can change it so the bass will be more apparent when you play the song in your car, stereo, etc.?

hope that makes sense, thanks in advance.

Try Audacity... it's free. You'll have to download a separate DLL file for MP3 export, but that shouldn't be too difficult.
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#21
Quote by iimjpii
Try Audacity... it's free. You'll have to download a separate DLL file for MP3 export, but that shouldn't be too difficult.


Or you can just export as .wma which is the same, if not better quality.