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MusicBee 3.2.6760
MusicBee 3.2.6760 If you are looking for an application geared toward managing extensive music collections, easy to use and with a comprehensive feature set - MusicBee is that application. MusicBee makes it easy to organize, find and play music files on your computer, on portable devices and on the web. Play your music the way that you want. Manage large music libraries and easily find what you want to hear. Easily add metadata to your music with a number of powerful tools. Utilize your Internet connection to automatically find useful information about your music collection or the currently playing song. Create the perfect party playlist and turn your computer into a music jukebox. Add songs from your CD collection to your library and sychronise with your devices. Create your own unique look and feel, and add more features with plugins. Get the most out of your speakers with tools for those who sound quality matters. Learn how to accomplish certain tasks and field your questions in the MusicBee community forum. Countless other features with more being added all of the often. Changelog: Various bug fixes and minor enhancements: - mini player now supports a large abum artwork layout - for regular (non-bitmap) skins, there is better layout support in the main player for when there is a small amount of horizontal width available. - additionally a stop button can now be displayed for all types of progress bars (regular skins only) - minor layout tweaks for the "Now Playing" panel - For the "Album Color Mix" view in the "Now Playing" panel, you can set it to display the artist biography and artist picture - The Music Explorer panel now allows sorting tracks by title and also shows the album name for duplicate titles - Playlist header now also shows the album count in the playlist - when dragging files, the left sidebar no longer automatically pops up (you can ...
5/5 1,045 Aug 29, 2018
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Totem's Sound
Totem's Sound This is the story of the Norwegian explorer Johan Adrian Jacobsen. From 1881 to 1883 he travelled along the northwestern coasts of the Americas. Commissioned by a support comitee, he purchased and catalogued an immense number of artefacts and objects from local tribes for the German Humboldt Foundation. Totem's Sound is based on his personal accounts. Well, almost. Enjoy a day of Johan's journey, featuring great outdoor activities such as canoe races, collecting clams, not getting eaten by a giant grizzley and of course fish oil binge drinking. Get in contact with the local tribes, that are struggling to preserve their ways of life and their cultures in a rapidly changing world. Credits Totem's Sound was conceived and produced by gold extra with the support of Causa Creations in the framework of the Humboldt Lab Dahlem, a project by the Kulturstiftung des Bundes in collaboration with the Foundation Preussischer Kulturbesitz Berlin. As part of Rehersal Stage 4 - Travelogue Totem's Sound is being shown in the Museum Dahlen from 23.09.2014 to 08.02.2015. Developer: Adeline Ducker (Art), Tilmann Hars (Code &amp; Design), Georg Hobmeier (Text &amp; Design), Brian Main (additional Art), Karl Zechenter (Music, Sound &amp; Research) Libraries: vrld (hump), kadoba (atl), markngo (atc), Xelu (Key-art) Fonts: LastPriestess, Pixel UniCode by ivancr72 Tested by the amazing Patrick Borgeat, Steven Colling, Henning Thiele, Kasia Zielinska + Timo Rostasy Thanks to: Harald Hackl (, Schwerpunkt Wissenschaft und Kunst Salzburg, Filipe Canha
4/5 1,733 Aug 02, 2016
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