1by1 1.90 for Windows

by Martin Pesch

Avg. Rating 4.8 (276 votes)

File Details

File Size 0.2 MB
License Freeware
Operating System Windows 7/8/10/2000/Vista/XP
Date Added
Total Downloads 37,157
Publisher Martin Pesch
Homepage 1by1

Publisher's Description

1by1 is a small, fast and handy audio player which is not only small: it provides a smart and versatile environment to handle your file collection and listen to your tracks - with no need for playlists or databases.

Latest Reviews

uberfly

uberfly reviewed v1.83 on Feb 5, 2015

I find this the best to browse and play your archived music collection without extra crap getting in your way. Simple and non-complicated. Stable. Also you can change the buttons - get them as addon from author's site.

barrytbutler

barrytbutler reviewed v1.81 on Jan 29, 2014

excellent all in one player.

dubstepmaker

dubstepmaker reviewed v1.78 on Feb 14, 2013

really handy if you have an entire drive of music you want to play without thinking about it too much.

brotherS

brotherS reviewed v1.75 on Nov 17, 2011

Very stable, great for audio books and stuff. Highly recommended.

gurgle

gurgle reviewed v1.74 on May 20, 2011

Simple, fast and with extremely small footprint, does all I need to listen to large collection of music. Much better for huge collections (terabytes) where players that maintain some sort of constantly updated database like Foobar, Winamp etc just hangs or respond very slowly. 1by1 is simple and elegant solution. Thanks to the developer!!

Input Overload

Input Overload reviewed v1.74 on Apr 9, 2011

Does what it says on the tin. All I want in a player. Very good.

breebree

breebree reviewed v1.74 on Apr 8, 2011

Has become my fav mp3 player. The 5.1 mix works good and sounds great.. overall simple player that lets me go thru my files easily and quickly.

SineWave

SineWave reviewed v1.73 on Apr 4, 2011

Small, unobtrusive, efficient, with all the needed functions for a music player. So easy to use that many of my customers even brought it up and said "1by1 is so easy to use, so quick...". I personally use Foobar because of its advanced functions like ASIO output and replaygain, but if there wasn't Foobar2000 I'd definitely use 1by1. :) The only drawback I find with it is the support for Winamp plugins for other formats like FLAC, WavPack, ogg and ape that are not so easy to find or it just takes some time to find them. ;) I would like to be able to download them all directly from the site.

Fabulous work! MP3 DirectCut, too! Cheers!

bogbasic

bogbasic reviewed v1.72 on Apr 4, 2011

What a great little program. Just came across it while trying to find something less baffling, annoying and confusing than a well-known media player and, most importantly, without those chronic visualisations!! Lots of nice little features that are easy to pick up.

darkpepe

darkpepe reviewed v1.72 on Dec 1, 2010

I wish there was something similar for Linux

Avg. Rating 4.8 (276 votes)
Your Rating
uberfly

uberfly reviewed v1.83 on Feb 5, 2015

I find this the best to browse and play your archived music collection without extra crap getting in your way. Simple and non-complicated. Stable. Also you can change the buttons - get them as addon from author's site.

barrytbutler

barrytbutler reviewed v1.81 on Jan 29, 2014

excellent all in one player.

dubstepmaker

dubstepmaker reviewed v1.78 on Feb 14, 2013

really handy if you have an entire drive of music you want to play without thinking about it too much.

brotherS

brotherS reviewed v1.75 on Nov 17, 2011

Very stable, great for audio books and stuff. Highly recommended.

gurgle

gurgle reviewed v1.74 on May 20, 2011

Simple, fast and with extremely small footprint, does all I need to listen to large collection of music. Much better for huge collections (terabytes) where players that maintain some sort of constantly updated database like Foobar, Winamp etc just hangs or respond very slowly. 1by1 is simple and elegant solution. Thanks to the developer!!

Input Overload

Input Overload reviewed v1.74 on Apr 9, 2011

Does what it says on the tin. All I want in a player. Very good.

breebree

breebree reviewed v1.74 on Apr 8, 2011

Has become my fav mp3 player. The 5.1 mix works good and sounds great.. overall simple player that lets me go thru my files easily and quickly.

SineWave

SineWave reviewed v1.73 on Apr 4, 2011

Small, unobtrusive, efficient, with all the needed functions for a music player. So easy to use that many of my customers even brought it up and said "1by1 is so easy to use, so quick...". I personally use Foobar because of its advanced functions like ASIO output and replaygain, but if there wasn't Foobar2000 I'd definitely use 1by1. :) The only drawback I find with it is the support for Winamp plugins for other formats like FLAC, WavPack, ogg and ape that are not so easy to find or it just takes some time to find them. ;) I would like to be able to download them all directly from the site.

Fabulous work! MP3 DirectCut, too! Cheers!

bogbasic

bogbasic reviewed v1.72 on Apr 4, 2011

What a great little program. Just came across it while trying to find something less baffling, annoying and confusing than a well-known media player and, most importantly, without those chronic visualisations!! Lots of nice little features that are easy to pick up.

darkpepe

darkpepe reviewed v1.72 on Dec 1, 2010

I wish there was something similar for Linux

genivf

genivf reviewed v1.71 on Nov 26, 2010

Current version
1.72, 2010-11-25
Optional full width sliders, adjustable split point
Fixed wrong folder usage on Search
Fixed network folder content display fault
Enabled file delete on search results and in playlist view
Middle button on Systray icon works as Pause/Resume
Some other corrections

Fileforum is a little behind. The link they have to download it is down but the author has a temp one up.

http://mpesch3.de1.cc/1by1.html#dwn

A great program. I have used it off and on for many years.

alphanews

alphanews reviewed v1.71 on Nov 11, 2010

Changelog :
1.71, 2010-11-12
Custom toolbar buttons
New internal button style
Optional extra track info column
Improved Settings dialog navigation
Mute and Soft mute
More options for Big view
System folder hide options
Adjustable current track background color
Optionally showing ID3 names in window title
Other corrections and improvements

TGB72

TGB72 reviewed v1.70 on Jul 8, 2010

Still without fully support unicode (by now unicode only works on files but not in folders)

radiomaffia

radiomaffia reviewed v1.68 on Oct 12, 2009

@ jetz : you are right I must confess. STP crashed so many times that it was not what I thought it would be. Period.
Searched over and over again if there is a mp3 player that could do what 1by1 with the same TREEVIEW and browsersupport cause I simply hate playinglists.
I found two, one with the name MediaMonkey, after configuration it worked the same and supporting many audioformats.
The other one is Eufony is working better with every update (Multi Language installer) and is also lightweight but so windows 3.1 and ugly but works like a charm.
1by1, it is a lightweightplayer and has to stay that way but what I miss is analog vu meters & 10-bands equalizer (like AIMP2 has and I think together they would be the perfect audioplayer for me) and skin support allthough it supports color schema.
I still use 1by1 and rate it 4 stars cause it loads so fast.

Psychocrusha

Psychocrusha reviewed v1.68 on Jul 2, 2009

Really great program to play music without worrying about playlists, and very light on resources. The only real issue I have is that it will tend to slow playback for a second when starting a new process, like opening a browser, but other than that, its Aok.

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