What music player do you use?
I dont like foobar because it is just boring and I am not an autist needing to configure shit for hours before it is usable
Use to use foobar switched to AIMP3 then I started dual booting gnu/Linux and windows only for games so I use dead beef now . just wish it would integrate with cinnamons notification panel
It's going to seem like I'm shilling at this point, but still using Winyl. It's a somewhat obscure Windows audio player. There's no plugin support, but it plays the most common formats out of the box, like FLAC and MP3.
I used foobar2000 for several years. It's a great player, but I never had any need for the plugin support or configurability. Winyl is a little more lightweight than foobar and has a cleaner interface, so I switched to it.
Before foobar, I used XMPlay. Definitely still one of my favorite players overall. It just doesn't have a very good interface, especially the awkward library window. IIRC, XMPlay has Winamp plugin support.
does it scrobble?
here's my deviantart-tier foobar setup
MusicBee is foobar for lazy people who want something powerful that just werks. The single dev is active in his forums, responds to user requests frequently. Unfortunately because of this I fear that the program is on track to become a bloated mess.
I used Winyl a few years ago before I found MusicBee. It was good, but a bit too basic for me then.
Is there any good Linux player that has a filebrowser tree and doesn't use "fuck my shit up" tagging organization. I tried looking around a while back and only mildly liked deadbeef but was disappointed in its plugin. Currently I'm just using mpv to play my shit.
It has built-in support to scrobble to last.fm. I don't think it supports any other servers though. That would probably require some kind of plugin functionality, which Winyl doesn't have.
I guess I'll ask this here.
Is there a way for me to add an image to this area in foobar?
I'd rather listen to Hannah Montana then listening to Green Day
But that's just like my opinion man
At first, just MusicBee, then a bit both of MusicBee and Foobar, but now I'm getting really used to just using Foobar.
I thought it was kinda gay for me to customize foobar before I could get it to actually work myself, but soon I fell in love with the customization and how light it was.
As a pleb just looking into better players how simple is foobar?
I don't need anything fancy just reliable and easy to navigate and won't fuck up tracks or their order when I transfer from gay itunes
And what do you guys use to sync playlists and listen to music on your phones? Thanks in advance
it's a very solid music player with an awesome GUI, and it has the greatest visualizer _ever_. I seriously recommend installing it if only to play around with that magnificent visualizer. I tried the Electric Sheep visualizer after already seeing Milkdrop, and I was disappointed by it
IMO dedicated audio player software from 2015 is really not all that much better than software from ten years earlier, even... kinda like how audiophile-grade speakers from 1995 dont sound much better than audiophile-grade speakers from 1975. All that music oriented stuff just kinda reaches a ceiling after a certain point, where the audio quality all just sounds equally good.
>I dont like foobar because it is just boring and I am not an autist needing to configure shit for hours before it is usable
>configure shit for hours before it is usable
Nigga what the fuck you talkin' about? Just open it and play shit..
I like mpd on Linux but on Windows I just use Foobar.
How can I make it start playing an album by double clicking? I always have to expand the list, right click the first song and select Play.
Windows Media Player just because the keys in my retarded laptop control only that.
I'm sure there's a way to control other software too but I don't care.
It's fucking mp3 for fuck's sake.
I still use WinAmp (with classic theme of course).
>Implying I made the theme myself and did not use one from deviantart
there's some good skins and themes for various programs you fucking autist
Any Musicbee users having trouble scrobbling?
Functional, lots of plugins which add customization, ricing
More customization, by default comes a bit too bloated, many many features
Clean, less customization, no plugin support but more than good enough
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