The Many Features Found In This Free Music Player

Easy to use controls all in one place. Set song parameters on an individual basis in the display grid. Eight separate control presets you can customize. Set up to Multiple next song number. multiple next songs. Process messages three different ways in lists. Set the fades used in ‘Automatic‘ mode. Timed slide between volume stop levels. Equalizer with adjustable band frequencies. Live queue for one-off requests. Four effects you can customize to suite your needs.


Move over images for details on a component in this free music player.


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.


Display Grid

This control is a large part of what makes this free music player unlike many others. It lets you easily organize the music any way you want in the player. Put your lists in the order you want. Put the songs in them in any order you want. Set song parameters individually.

NOTE: The ‘Display Grid {Right-Click}‘ menu is the only way to remove lists and sets from the player.



This free music player lets you customize eight different controls. Load and save the custom settings anytime.


All fade settings used in ‘Automatic‘ are measured in seconds or tenths of a second. Create custom settings based on a location or an event. The ‘Volume Fade‘, ‘Fade-Out‘, ‘Fade-Out Delay‘ and the ‘Fade-To-Pause‘ duration settings are also used in ‘Manual‘ mode.


Control used to activate automatic mode. Control used to activate manual mode.
Control used to initiate 'Random' mode. Control used to randomly select a new next song. Control used to set how songs in lists are processed in 'Random' mode.
Control used to repeat the current song in decks A & B. Control used to initiate 'Single Play' mode.
Image shows control used to initiate the 'Fade-Out' of the current song. Image shows control used to turn the 'Fade-Out Delay' on & off.

Mode Controls

This free music player operates in one of two modes, ‘Automatic‘ and ‘Manual‘. Switch between them any time. Other mode features depend on which primary mode the player is in.


One feature that makes this equalizer different from most is that you set the frequency associated with each band.



Left-click these controls to turn an effect on or off. Right-click on a control to open the corresponding editor window where you can change the parameters of an effect and create your own custom presets. They can be loaded and saved at any time during the operation of the player.


Use this editor to set the required parameters of the different messages you add or insert into lists.

  • Select which type of message.
  • Set the start position of the message in the song you are attaching it to.
  • Set the volume level you want the playing song to be lowered to. Set the volume you want the message played at.
  • Select the output device to be used during playback.

Volume Stops

Create your own ‘Volume Stop‘ presets based on a location or an event.

CAUTION: Changes are reflected immediately on the volume controls. Allows for live adjustments.
NOTE: Editor closes automatically if you click anywhere on the player. Changes remain in effect.


Multiple Nexts

Set from Multiple next song number. to Multiple next song number. next songs.

  • View and Clear them.
  • Set and Remove them.
  • Switch them with another one.
NOTE: They override ‘Random‘ mode until they have all been processed.

Live Queue

The ‘Live Queue‘ is not like any other list. It cannot be saved. The loop (Image shows display grid column header.) setting cannot be changed. It is always the first list in the display grid but it can not be the only one.