If you like Winamp and wish one thing that resembles it and do not need to use AIMP, Qmmp could also be proper up your alley. It is a freeware music player for Windows and Linux.
The utility has a darkish theme and is made up of three components: the monitor panel, equalizer and playlist. Each of those might be indifferent and moved round or closed, simply like within the traditional utility.
The monitor panel shows the present monitor data. There is a good visualizer which might be custom-made and you’ll want to right-click on it to take action. The monitor panel has the usual controls for left/proper stability, playback, quantity, shuffle, and repeat.
Right-click on the monitor panel to view the keyboard shortcuts to regulate the playback. Head to Settings > Shortcuts to see all accessible shortcuts.
The font and buttons on the Qmmp interface are a bit too small, a minimum of for me. You can do two issues as a workaround. Use the right-click menu to pick View > Double Size, this scales the interface to a bigger dimension. It is maybe too large and the amount slider could also be distorted. The different choice that you are able to do is tweak the font dimension; do that from the Settings > Appearance > Fonts tab.
The second part is the Playlist supervisor. You can add, delete, or handle tracks, and save and cargo your M3U, M3U8 PLS, and XSPF playlists from right here. Right-click on a monitor and choose view monitor information to view the audio abstract, cowl artwork and feedback (metadata). The third panel in Qmmp is the Equalizer, and it may be used to save lots of/load your customized presets together with Winamp’s EQF. The program’s right-click menu has a Visualization menu with thrrr choices that opens a floating visualizer.
Don’t like the default theme? Qmmp has different skins to select from Settings > Appearance > Skins. You can obtain extra themes, set the transparency of every of the three panels from the settings web page and extra. The Audio Settings tab can be utilized to allow Replay Gain, set the Output depth and different quantity associated choices.
Here’s an XMMS pores and skin.
Qmmp helps themes that are within the .Zip, .Wsz, Tar.Gz, TGZ, and Tar.BZ2 codecs. I discovered some good skins here.
Qmmp helps plugins, and there are fairly a few of them accessible on the official web site. The Windows model has many plugins built-in, and you may allow those you need from the Settings > Plugins web page. Select a plugin and click on on the knowledge button to see what the add-on does. Some plugins have their very own preferences that you may modify per your necessities. You can allow a system tray icon or show a notification when the monitor adjustments.
Note: I could not get the Lyrics plugin to work (Right-click on monitor > actions > view lyrics). It stored saying “Protocol “https” is unknown”. The web site mentions it makes use of Lyrics.wikia although the plugin’s data says “Lyricwiki”, and the error suggests that the add-on is utilizing an older URL to seek for lyrics.
Audio codecs supported by Qmmp embrace MP3, FLAC, CUE, OGG, WMA, WAV, AAC, RA, AU, SND, AIF, AIFF, SHN, 8SVX, SPH, SF, SID, MUS, PRR, TRG, P00, C64, W64, AC3, TAK, VQF, TTA, M4A, OGA, APE, WV, MP1, MP2, MPC, OPUS, AY, GBS, GYM, HES, KSS, NSF, NSFE, SAP, SPC, VGM, VGZ, VTX, AMF, AMS, DBM, DBF, DSM, FAR, MDL, STM, ULT and extra.
Qmmp is a Qt-based utility. The program is open source. Though it does not have a separate moveable archive, you may select the “Portable Configuration” choice whenever you run the installer.
Audacious is one other glorious music player that helps Winamp skins.