If you love Pandora Radio and want a similar service for electronic music, then you really need to give Vibin.fm
a try. This gorgeous music service provides a simple way to discover and stream electronic music. Vibin.fm
brings together the best of two worlds, generating it's impressive music library from SoundCloud, combined with the ease and functionality of Pandora. With it, all you have to do is choose a Genre, DJ Set, Artist, City or Festival
and stream unlimited tracks. Not only does the service come with lots of genres, such as Classic Trance, Deep House, Dubstep, Lovestep, Dirty Dub, Ultra etc
, but also recommends new mixes based on the songs that you’ve been listening to. Additionally, your favorite vibes can be saved, shared with your friends and new artists can be discovered along the way. More after the jump.
Listening to music relaxes you and takes your mind off of stressful things. It can also help people block off the disturbing sounds while working on their computer. However, whether listening to music while working increases or decreases the productivity and efficiency, or lowers it down, is a debatable topic. Some days ago, we covered Hanso Tagger, an application for Windows that allows you to easily tag your music files and add or edit meta tag information to them. Today, we bring to you another tool, from the same developer, called Hanso Player
. Just as the name suggests, it is a music player that lets you play audio files on your computer. The reason for selecting this music player for review is its simple, yet useful options, and the low memory consumption even during audio playback. The number of formats that the audio player is capable of handling covers all of the popular ones, including MP3, MP4, MPC, FAC, OGG, WAV, WMA etc. The capabilities of Hanso Player are not just limited to playing tracks, its easy-to-manage playlist feature allows users to control and listen to your favorite songs in a richer way.
Seldom we find an application with flat fleeting fun, but it looks as if today is our lucky day. If you are someone who loves to play an instrument, but has difficulty in figuring out the chords, notes of fast solo’s or learning new songs, check out this cool application that might pump in some serious music adrenaline in you. Labelled as Slow MP3
, it is a java-based music player that lets you to do a lot more than just listening to your favorite songs. As promoted by the developer, it is a music player for musicians. The application is packed up with some awesome functionalities such as it allows you to play MP3 and Wave files, transpose songs, slow down the playback speed, play the song in karaoke mode and transcribe it to view the chords - what more could you want? In addition, it allows you to generate loops, that said you can play a selected part of any song over and over again at user-specified speed to make it easier for you to listen and figure out its chords and notes. Read more about Slow MP3 after the break.
Do you often find yourself searching for your favorite songs or reality show episodes on YouTube, but are unable to play them in sequence? Bulk Player Mate For YouTube
is a Google Chrome extension that lets you play all or any of the YouTube videos in a new tab by just selecting your favorite links. It lets users create a custom playlist of miscellaneous videos, and play them sequentially without requiring any further input on your part.
Instinctiv Music Player
like the name says is an intuitive jukebox kind of media player for managing various media files on your Mac. It has a very clean interface that comes with only the essential features unlike many other similar players with a cluttered layout and so many features you don’t even use.
One of the perks of Linux is that it offers a large numbers
of free tools and applications. Ubuntu supports a vast number of media players, below we have reviewed 12 of them along with their installation instructions and usage. The benefit of writing the installation instructions along with a short review is that it helps a user to install multiple apps easily without having to visit the product page.
Do you want to share some music with your friend? Or do you want to hear to your favorite music playlist while you are away from your PC? Sockso is a free, open-source, personal music server for everyone! It's designed to be as simple as possible so that anyone with a mouse and some mp3's can get themselves and their friends listening to their music across the internet in seconds. Plus, it works Windows, Mac OS, and Linux. The only thing it requires is to have java installed on your machine, which is not a big problem. Read More
If you have a huge library of musics organizing those collections can be difficult. Using the built-in tools of Windows Media Player you can make the task much simpler. Microsoft Windows Media Player does more than just play. Windows users can use it to import their CD collection into digital music files, burn audio CDs, and organize their music collection by generating playlists and adding album art. One of Winodws Media Player 11's strengths is in organizing music by album; it's simply faster than iTunes(sorry Apple fanboys but this point is true). And browsing albums by cover is, well, fun. Combine it with Vista's search technology, which is built in to the player, and you can cue up any album just by typing in the first few letters in the Search box and then clicking on the familiar album cover. Read More