Editor: A tune, a tune, my kingdom for a tune! - Richard III (almost!)
I'd been using WinAmp for the most part and was getting a Little tired of forwarding by tracks that I didn't care to hear. I have many MP3s and would like to hear some of them often, and others not so often. I decided it was time to write my own MP3 Player so that I would tweak it to work just the way I wanted. The results are here. Somewhat a work in progress, but I do use it daily.
This music player will learn the musical tastes of the user by monitoring input and play songs that the user likes most.
The names comes from this Dictionary Lookup; at-tune tr.v. at-tuned, at-tun-ing, at-tunes 1. To bring into a harmonious or resoponsive relationship. 2. To tune (an instrument)
This player is designed to be simple and useful for my daily listening. I hope that other users will feel the same.
New stuff in this version: 0.5
* Selectable sort options (when you select "sort") * Player now adjust song weights as you forward do the next song or select a song directly from the playlist * Fix bugs with loading a song and clearing playlist.
A few notes about the User Interface:
* To get a menu of options, click in the song title field (above the media position slider) * To start playing songs, select "Import Directory" from the menu * Select the "sh" checkbox to activate shuffle play * Select the "pl" checkbox to display the playlist * ToolTips are use throughout. On the slider, you can see track time/duration. On the playlist, you can see the full file path.