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post #451 of 460

Here's my current. I'm brand new to all this, just spent all night on it haha

here's a link. apparently since i'm new here I can't post pictures direct... :L3000:

 

http://www.audiokarma.org/forums/picture.php?albumid=3986&pictureid=28119

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Originally Posted by macarych View Post


This is gorgeous :O
post #453 of 460

Where can I get this exact layout?  thanks

post #454 of 460

This is my foobar UI. Simple interface that displays some meta on the side.

 

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Edited by macarych - 8/3/16 at 10:49am
post #456 of 460

minimaliz rulz

post #457 of 460

This is mine. It's nice not having to use the Windows file explorer to go through my music library anymore. Everything can be accessed through Foobar. 

 

 

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Is foobar easier to use than jriver?
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Originally Posted by fate64 View Post

Is foobar easier to use than jriver?

They are different. I don't have JRiver, but I do sometimes use the Pono software, which is a stripped-down version of JRiver.

 

In its basic form, Foobar is more about text searches, while JRiver has a more graphic-based interface. I have both, because I find myself choosing different things to play, depending on which player I'm using.

 

Foobar is far more customisable, but some of the extra features and layout changes require a bit of knowledge/experience to set up. To use, it is simple as anything and seems to make very small demands on a computer's processing power.

post #460 of 460

 

This interface is better than any other from any music player that I've tried.

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