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What programme do you use to listen to your music

 
  • I use Mediamonkey. Im kinda shocked that a big majority uses itunes. I found that itunes hogs a lot of usage. Mediamonkey lets you adds scripts that lets you calculate play history etc...

  • winamp and i finally got my play count synced with last.fm :)

  • I still use Windows Media Player... Yeah I know, it's like the great great grandpa of music players, but it's simple to use and works for me.

  • DiscoDreamdate said:
    Noctem_Aeternam said:
    Odessius said:
    Forever iTunes. It's simple, no bullshit, no ads, no lag, no lag-spikes, no fancy bullshit-art.

    Just... iTunes.

    WTF iTunes simple..its a damn memory hog ...cant wait to get rid of my iPhone and unistall the damn program from my PC


    Out of curiosity, which program will you use after your iPhone? I use iTunes for my iPod, but only to sync music. There was a long while where I used foobar to manage music on my iPod but I missed the genius playlists function.

    I like foobar, but when I was on ubuntu I really loved Amarok. Right now I'm fine with foobar. Runs fast enough and plays the music formats I use most (mp3, flac).


    Why don't you guys use Helium Music Manager? You can also sync with an ipod, this program has more features than itunes and isn't a memory hog! And there's also a free version!

  • itunes, i hate it but i like everything to be synced with my ipod. i know winamp works with ipods but i never liked it

  • Winamp

    • Thr1c3 said...
    • User
    • 29 May 2011, 21:57
    Foobar.

    We have not yet decided whether humans are in the final stage of evolution or in the process of automating it.
  • Winamp and the Zune program -- it shows pretty pictures and such.
    I used to have SongBird but it became mysteriously dysfunctional =/

    Sorry, you're not a winner.
  • WMP

  • Spotify. All of my downloaded music is synced to it and I have an Unlimited subscription so I may as well get the most out of it.

    • [Deleted user] said...
    • User
    • 2 Jun 2011, 20:11
    I originally used iTunes up until when it started freezing upon attempting to sync my iPod. I use Foobar now, love it too, would have swapped sooner had I known how good it was.


  • Winamp with skins what ive been using since year of 2007 ^^

  • I use Winamp 2.95 to listen to music on my computer.

    • hirari said...
    • User
    • 5 Jun 2011, 06:58
    Lobster_Phone said:
    I originally used iTunes up until when it started freezing upon attempting to sync my iPod. I use Foobar now, love it too, would have swapped sooner had I known how good it was.


    foobar consumes much lower memory compared to winamp and itunes. gives me a lot of freedom with playlist management too. i love it.

    • jsam93 said...
    • User
    • 5 Jun 2011, 13:12
    I was actually considering switching from Windows Media Player to another programme but downloading all of my files again to a brand new programme is just way too much effort

    • Velj_ko said...
    • User
    • 5 Jun 2011, 13:14
    I use iTunes and Winamp. And sometimes WMP.

    • LiamEBM said...
    • User
    • 5 Jun 2011, 13:25
    iTunes.

    Most def. Easy usability.

    Fuct up
    • [Deleted user] said...
    • User
    • 5 Jun 2011, 13:37
    foobar2000

    Nice 'n' customisable.

  • I use both Vox and iTunes. Vox is for FLAC and iTunes is for everything else. Everyone talks a lot of crap about iTunes but it works like a charm on Macs; if you're saying that it's a piece of crap, then you must be a Windows user, 'cause iTunes is absolutely crap on Windows.

  • WMP and the Last FM Radio

  • I mostly use WMP to listen to Pink Floyd

  • Windows media player, works fine to me! And sometimes Last.fm Radio.

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  • Wimp for streaming and iTunes for artists not available for streaming

  • J-River Media Center 15

    The Cadillac of media players...

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