I sometimes use windows media player because it plays music. I never look at visualizations and I have a few audio editing programs so if I ever need to do anything more complicated then open a file and play I can use them. otherwise I use my 'Creative Remote Center' (i think thats what its called) which plays music and has nothing but a little icon at the bottom of my taskbar. I cntrol it through my soundcard's remote. So, I almost never see any visualizations.
HGen_SnakeI like WinAmp. I use it for everything, movies, songs etc. The reason why I dislike iTunes is because it takes a bit long to start the prog. up. (no it's not my comp). The nice think about iTunes is that you can listen music over the net (radio).
Yes, it does take a while to start up. But the good far outweighs the 10 seconds you have to wait. it burns and rips CDs fast too...
I didn't make it!
I never use WMP for music. I watch the Vis. sometimes, depends on the skin tho, right now i got one with an interface and the Vis screen looks tight on it. Altho it's not really a reason to why i like Winamp over WMP for music.
Winamp suxors when it comes to ripping cds, it converts to mp4 which WMP can even play if you go back to it. And if your not connected to the net when you rip the cd, and you want it named you cant do it and they stay unknown instead, with WMP it contacts some kinda site which names every one of your ripped songs at a press of a button, no such button exsists with Winamp so if you arent online when you rip the cd your screwed.
Voice of joy and sunshine
26th May 2003
Media library, Right click on the song, edit selected items.
Am I the only one that uses Musicmatch? I don't know why I like it so much... maybe because of how it lays out the library...
I just use Windows media player because you can make it a toolbar which is convenient. Any other programs can do that?
This thread is veering off topic, time to put it back. Like I said, Milkdrop does anyone use it?
I would die without GF
29th November 2003
I have never used it. I did try using iTunes once, but I became rather frusterated at how it functioned versus WMP.