JavaMod - The Java Mod Player Icon

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    I give this software 5 stars because it leaves nothing to be desired. It's the only good Java module player I've seen, the other being outdated and innacurate at playing modules. It's in Java also, so that means portability and platform independence. Has a lot of features that the popular and great XMPlay player has, including megabass, wide stereo, noise reduction, and like XMPlay, it not only plays modules, but plays SID tunes and streaming audio! Very useful!

    Posted 03/10/2015
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    Java Mod Player is a lightweight audio player that was designed with the sole purpose of allowing you to listen to your entire music collection in a simple manner. Leave the audio editing and lyrics management to other applications that are specialized in those jobs and enjoy the clear sound of your music by using this handy piece of software. Besides supporting the popular audio formats, Java Mod Player also supports a large variety of more "unusual" file types such as: ProTracker-Mods (.mod or .wow), NoiseTracker Mods (.nst), FastTracker 2 MODs (.xm) and many others. Java Mod Player comes with a simple and intuitive interface that allows you to view information about the currently loaded audio file and adjust its volume or balance. This lightweight piece of software can load individual files, manage multiple songs in playlists and it even gives you the possibility to load URLs. In addition, Java Mod Player, compared to other audio players, offers you several other features like the ability to perform interpolated mixing (linear, Cubic, windowed FIR), set 8, 16 or 24 - bit output or recognize and stop endless loops (via fade out) in your songs. Java Mod Player puts at your disposal mixer control configurations that you can modify in order to make your music sound just the way you like it and you can select one of the five provided skins so that you can make the appearance of the program more pleasing. Overall, if you are looking for a simple and clean way to listen to your music, then you should take a look at Java Mod Player.

    Posted 12/17/2011

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