Easy To Use Main Controls All In One Place

Main controls used to operate this free music player are all found in one place. The vast majority of features are no more than two clicks away. Color shows which controls are associated. Disabled controls are grayed-out. This component can be used to move the player around.

 

  • The player does all song changes. Play moves from the song you start with, down to the end of a list, then moves to the next list and so on. When all songs have been played, everything is reset and the process starts over.
  • Opens the sets menu. You can save what is loaded in the player as a single unit of work. The information saved lets you load it and be where you were when you saved it, right down to the songs that have already been played.
  • Opens the lists menu. Create as many as you like. Each must be less than ‘100‘ days worth of audio files. Load as many into the player at one time as you want or need.
  • Opens the songs menu. Add or insert them from any directory on your system. Current extensions are ‘.mp3‘, ‘.wav‘, ‘.wma‘.
  • Opens the add or insert window. The player offers three ways to process messages added to lists.
  • When you get one-off requests, add them to the live queue to hold them. It cannot be saved but does allow for most of the other list features.
  • Three different ways to find songs in the player and on your system. Only the names of the audio files are searched for the text you enter.
  • Clear all of the multiple next songs you have set in the player. It does not clear the actual next song.
  • Opens a window that shows all of the multiple next songs you have set in the display grid.
  • Initiate single play mode. The player finishes playing the current song and then stops. No song change occurs. Controls are set accordingly.
    NOTE: Only available in automatic mode.
  • Turn this mode on and off. Available in both Automatic and Manual modes. When on, all other controls are disabled except those on the decks. The display grid and all of its related features are disabled.
  • Initiate a timed fade-out of the current song. The fade-out setting displayed in the control shows how long this feature will take.
  • Turn the delay on (Image shows the fade-out delay is on.) and off (Image shows the fade is off.). The fade-out delay setting displayed in the control shows how long the player delays before initiating the fade-out feature.
  • Turn this mode on and off. The player randomly selects songs until they have all been played. It resets and repeats the process.
    • Control used to randomly select a new next song. Randomly select another nextImage shows how the 'next song' is identified in the display grid. song.
    • Control used to set how songs in lists are processed in 'Random' mode. Select from the playlistImage shows how the 'play-list' is identified in the display grid. or from all lists.
    NOTE: Only available in automatic mode.
  • None of the fades applied to songs are used and no automatic song changes occur. You do all song changes manually. There is a timed ‘mix‘ between decks ‘A‘ & ‘B‘ available in this mode.
  • Opens the preferences menu. Set how you want the player to react to different things you do. Related preferences are on the same menu option.
  • Opens the presets review window which shows you the currently loaded presets and wether they have been changed or not.
  • Opens the fades editor window. These settings are used in ‘Automatic‘ mode and can be applied individually to songs.
  • Opens the volume stop editor. The preset levels let you do accurate volume changes, timed or not, with a single click.
  • Opens the configure outputs window where you assign output devices to the playback decks.
  • The whole background panel can be used to move the player around. The mouse pointer changes to show when the feature is active. Right-click on this control to reset the player to it’s default position.
  • Opens the ‘Help‘ file supplied with the player. The ‘help’ is context sensitive on sub-windows in the player.
  • Use this control to ‘Minimize‘ the player. The icon for the player only appears in the task tray. Double-click on the icon to ‘maximize‘ the player and bring it back into view.
  • Use this control to ‘Exit‘ the player. There are several other ways to ‘exit‘ the player.

    • Display Grid {Right-Click} menu, last option.
    • Right-click anywhere on the face of the player to open a menu that only has the ‘exit‘ option.
    • [Alt + X], then X for keyboard users.
  • Initiate a timed mix between the current and next decks. The two controls that follow are directly tied to this feature. Click on them to open a pop-upImage shows control used to select a specific duration setting. and select the corresponding duration.
    • Control used to set the 'Fade-?' duration used in manual mode when mix is triggered. The fade-out of the currentImage shows how the 'current song' is identified in the display grid. song.
    • Control used to set the 'Fade-?' duration used in manual mode when mix is triggered. The fade-in of the nextImage shows how the 'next song' is identified in the display grid. song.
    NOTE: Only available in manual mode.
  • Use this control to lock the volume controls in opposing mode on the current and next decks. Move one of them and the other moves in the opposite direction. The nextImage shows how the 'next song' is identified in the display grid. song will automatically start playing as soon as you move either volume control.
    NOTE: Only available in manual mode.