AIMP Classic is a powerful audio player that allows you to listen to your favorite music with an outstanding sound quality. Its appearance resembles that of another classical audio player (Winamp), so you'll get used to it very quickly. It can also be customized with skins. The program includes a 18-band equalizer, a visualization window to display rhythmic visual effects and a playlist editor to organize your audio files. A nice fading effect makes your list of songs look like an endless music loop and a handy volume normalizing feature avoids drastic volume changes between tracks. Also, the player's main functions can be conveniently controlled by global hotkeys. Besides playing music, AIMP Classic features three extra utilities which also enable you to record any sound on your computer, convert audio files from one format to another and view or edit tags. AIMP Classic is based on the well-known audio engine BASS, so it's easy to connect new plug-ins (from the plug-in library included in the program) and expand the player's functionalities.
- Player: the "show current track information in taskbar" option is now affects to album art in aero peek
- Plugin: API has been extended
- Fixed: common - known memory leaks
- Fixed: player - bitrate of files in MP3 format detects incorrectly in some cases
- Fixed: Music Library - an error occurs when applying the column filter
- Fixed: music library - memory corruption occurs when using music library as preimage for smart-playlist
- Small bugs were fixed
Reviewing 4.10.1816 Beta (Jul 2, 2016)
Small, fast, configurable, useful little audio player.
Reviewing 3.60.1497 (Jul 15, 2015)
Not bad. Slight learning curve. But overall its pretty good. Good sound quality. UI is ok. Easy to bring music folders over. Worth a try for sure.
Reviewing 3.60.1492 (Apr 27, 2015)
Areally good mp3 player, I'll give it 4 stars.
However my personal preference is for foobar, I like the way it can be conigured to look exactly the way you want.
Reviewing 3.60.1483 (Mar 2, 2015)
My goto player, use the small mode and tuck it away in the corner. Have numerous play lists that take care of a full day.
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