FREE Music Player And DJ Software

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How you use this free music player depends on why you want or need to play music. If you need to play specific songs in a specific order. If you need a specific amount of play-time. If you like your music organized by genre. If you are more comfortable organizing your music by the directory name the songs are in. If you simply want all of your music in one list. No problem! This music player gives you complete control over what is loaded and how it is processed. How you organize your music is entirely up to you.

If you can’t organize it the way you want in this music player, then please let me know using the contact form. If you like this music player then please tell your friends where to download it for free. If you really like it then please consider donating to the continuing development of it. Any donation is greatly appreciated. Any suggestions or comments are welcome.

Operate the player in ‘Automatic‘ or ‘Manual‘ mode. The majority of dj software features found in the player can be used in either mode. Switch modes any time during the operation of the player.

Easily create lists by adding songs from any directory on your system. Base a list name on the directory where the first song is added from. Base a list name on what is ‘left-of‘ or ‘right-of‘ a specific character in the name of the first song added to it. An alternative is to turn the preference off and simply name a list anything you want.

Save what is loaded, along with the current play settings as sets any time you want. Load a set and be where you were when you saved that set. The actual position in a song that is playing is not saved as part of a set.

 

Move over images for details on a component in this free music player.
Use the links for more details on any element of a component.

 

Main Controls

All of the controls used to operate this music player are found in one place. Most features and parameters are no more than two clicks away and all are available on the fly.

When you move over this component, the mouse changes to ‘‘. Use this panel to move the player around. To reset the top & left, right-click on the arrows control.

 

Current Deck

Only decks [A] and [B] can be either the ‘current‘ or ‘next‘ deck. Which is which alternates with every song change.

  • In ‘Automatic‘ mode, only the current deck can be playing a song. The ‘Right-Click Mute‘ feature is tied to the ‘Cue‘ deck in this mode. See the ‘When Right-Click Pausing/Mutingpreference for options on how the player reacts when this feature is used.
  • In ‘Manual‘ mode, both decks can be playing at the same time. The switch of the current and next decks only happens after you complete the mix and you manually stop the ‘current‘ song.
  • When a song change occurs in either mode, the current and next decks are reversed and the ‘next‘ song now becomes the ‘current‘.
NOTE: See the ‘Player Layoutpreference for options on how the layout of the controls on these decks as well as their positions on the face can be customized.
See the Configure Outputs window for details on how to assign an output device to each deck in the player.

Next Deck

Only decks [A] and [B] can be either the ‘current‘ or ‘next‘ deck. Which is which alternates with every song change.

  • In ‘Automatic‘ mode, only the current deck can be playing a song. A song change can be triggered any time using either the ‘Play‘ button or the ‘Volume‘ control on the next deck.
  • In ‘Manual‘ mode, both decks can be playing at the same time. The switch of the current and next decks only happens after you complete the mix and you manually stop the ‘current‘ song.
  • When a song change occurs in either mode, the current and next decks are reversed and the ‘next‘ song now becomes the ‘current‘.
NOTE: See the ‘Player Layoutpreference for options on how the layout of the controls on these decks as well as their positions on the face can be customized.
See the Configure Outputs window for details on how to assign an output device to each deck in the player.

 

Cue Deck

Use this deck to create the following position types in songs. Create up to 10 entries can for each position type. Apply different positions to each instance of the same song in any list.

(Text color shows how settings are displayed in progress controls.)

  • Image of the control used to select which position type you want to create or edit. Manual Cues ( Start positions for songs. )
  • Image of the control used to select which position type you want to create or edit. Manual End-Cuts ( End positions for songs. )
  • Image of the control used to select which position type you want to create or edit. Loop A ( Start of a loop. )
  • Image of the control used to select which position type you want to create or edit. LoopB ( End of a loop. )
  • To load this deck, select the song you want by left-clicking on it and then right-click on it. This feature only works when you select one song.
  • Changes are reflected immediately in the display grid but do not change the list.
  • Right-click on the corresponding column in the display grid to apply or remove a position without loading the song into this deck.
  • This deck is cleared when the song in it starts to play in either the ‘current‘ or ‘next‘ deck.
NOTE: See the ‘Cue Deckpreference for an option to have the player automatically load the ‘next‘ song into this deck when you or the player selects a new one.

Hidden Decks

Use the ‘Player Layoutpreference to hide the three main decks ( ‘current‘, ‘next‘ and ‘Cue‘ ). This progress control appears under the ‘Equalizer‘ and always shows the play progress of the current song.

You can use this control to operate the player even though the main decks are hidden.

This music player has a ten band Equalizer. Each slide control has:

  • Range: minus ten (-10) to plus ten (+10)
  • Frequency: 80 to 16,000 hertz

The value of the sliders combined with the frequencies of each slider lets you create custom presets for the equalizer. They can be loaded or saved at any time during the operation of the player. The slider frequencies are set using the ‘Equalizer Frequency Editor‘ window.

NOTE: Right-click on a slide control to open the ‘Equalizer Frequency Editor‘ window. The player must be stopped to use the editor.

 

Display Grid Column Details

This free music player lets you load as many or as few lists as you want because the display grid lets you easily organize them any way you want.

Use it to set different song parameters on an individual basis. Set if songs will play (Shows song play status is on.) or not. Will they fade-in (Shows fade-in of song is on.) and fade-out (Shows fade-out of song is on.). Will they apply the global cue (Shows global cue setting is applied.) and end-cut (Shows global end-cut setting is applied.) settings. Save (Shows list has been changed.) changed lists with a single click.

Change the normal top to bottom processing of songs by setting from Shows multiple-next songs set in the display grid. to Shows multiple-next songs set in the display grid. ‘multiple next‘ songs in this control.

 

NOTE: Open the Display Grid {Right-Click} menu by right-clicking on any list. Use it to organize your lists in the display grid.