Only Six Menus To Operate This Free Music Player

Load as many or as few lists as you need. Organize songs in them any way you like. Create sets from what is loaded in the player. Most preferences are just two clicks away. Three ways to find songs. Organize lists using the Display Grid Right-click menu.

  • Sets : Save what you have loaded in the player as a single unit. In addition to lists settings, information saved includes the following …
    The workImage shows how the 'work-list' is identified in the display grid. playImage shows how the 'play-list' is identified in the display grid. nextImage shows how the 'next-list' is identified in the display grid. lists. The currentImage shows how the 'current song' is identified in the display grid. nextImage shows how the 'next song' is identified in the display grid. playedImage shows how 'played' songs are identified in the display grid. songs. All multiple next songs.
  • Lists : 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.
  • Songs : Add or insert them from any directory on your system. Set their parameters on an individual basis. Current extensions are ‘.mp3‘, ‘.wav‘, ‘.wma‘.
  • Preferences : A wide range of them that let you customize how the player reacts to different events. A few examples:
    Detect Beats-Per-Minute … Player Layout When (Right-Click) Pausing/Muting
  • Find : Three different ways to locate songs on your system. Only the names of the audio files are searched for the text entered.
    In Loaded ListsImage shows results of a search for 'song'. Background color shows which list a song is in. Results also shown in the display grid. In The Lists LibraryImage shows results of a search for 'song name' in the lists library. On Storage DevicesImage shows search results for 'song name' on 'C' drive in the selected directories.
  • Display Grid {Right-Click} : Use this menu to organize what is loaded in the display grid. Set song parameters globally within a list. Re-analyse song information in a list.
    (This menu is the only way to remove lists from the player.)