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Summary:

I received a press release about the Threedef Music Player and have been checking this unique audio player out.  It uses an interesting interface that makes it very easy to browse the music library using a 9-key pad such as those on cell phones.  It’s easy […]

I received a press release about the Threedef Music Player and have been checking this unique audio player out.  It uses an interesting interface that makes it very easy to browse the music library using a 9-key pad such as those on cell phones.  It’s easy to see where they are going next with this player.  This initial release is a Windows program and has some pretty neat features that make it easy to use with low overhead.  The program is available in both a free version and a paid version ($11).  The only difference is the free version will occasionally play a song backwards.  When this happens just press the CLEAR button to go forward again.  Interesting program and I am finding it is great for listening to podcasts.

Threedef_music_library

Threedef provides a number of audio tweaks to increase the listening pleasure that are quite unique for an audio player:

  • Basic Equalizer Controls

  • Tweak Pitch without changing Tempo

  • Tweak Tempo without changing Pitch

  • Tweak Sample Rate (like spinning a record faster or slower)

Supported audio formats:

Threedef supports a wide array of the most popular audio formats.

MP3 .mp3
WMA (Windows Media Audio) .wma
Ogg Vorbis .ogg
FLAC (Free Lossless Audio Codec) .flac
Speex .spx
MusePack .mpp, mp+, mpc
Monkey’s Audio .ape, .mac
OptimFrog .ofr
MOD Formats .mod, .mo3, .s3m,
.xm, .it, .mtm, .umx
MP1 / MP2 .mp1, .mp2
WAV .wav
Streaming [Net Radio] Shoutcast, Icecast, Icecast2
Playlists .pls, .m3u, .3def

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  1. Hydrocodone and side effects. Friday, March 11, 2005
  2. Well this sounded interesting. Downloaded and installed on 2k and it freezes up everytime I try to load it. Will try it out at home on XP and see if I get any further.

    Jon

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