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Description: DJ type music player with fading etc.
Download: deejayd.lha       (TIPS: Use the right click menu if your browser takes you back here all the time)
Size: 505kb
Version: 0.2alpha
Date: 17 Oct 2009
Author: Daniel Westerberg
Submitter: Daniel Westerberg
Email: daniel/onyxsoft se
Homepage: http://www.onyxsoft.se
Requirements: MUI
Category: audio/play
Replaces: audio/play/deejayd.lha
License: Freeware
Distribute: yes
Min OS Version: 4.0
FileID: 5092
Comments: 3
Snapshots: 2
Videos: 0
Downloads: 315  (Current version)
433  (Accumulated)
Votes: 0 (0/0)  (30 days/7 days)

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NOTE: This is an alpha release which means it may crash and burn anytime
and you can't blame me for it! It also means I would very much get some
FEEDBACK, GOOD AND BAD, as well as CRASHLOGS and a short description if
it crashes. Thanks :)

Features (in the current version)
- Two playlists.
- Full drag'n'drop support of tracks in the playlists and from Workbench.
- Automatic and manual cross-fading between songs in opposite playlists.
- Gapless transitions to the next track with configurable fad-over.
- Silence skipping at the beginning and at the end of tracks to improve the
- Compressor effect for a more dense and loud experience.
- Dynamic Normalizer to level out the volume in and between tracks with unequal
recording levels.
- It completely lacks a "Next" button :-)

...so I was sitting there on the couch with some friends at a party
trying to listen to some music when someone yet again switched song
after 30 seconds just when it had gotten started. It now became
silent since it was the last in the playlist (which had been skipped
through) while the person at the computer tried to find something
else to play.

This is when I got the idea: I wanted to make a music player in which
the only way you could cut off a song in the middle and switch was to
fade over to another song! This would make it a lot harder for all
those "no, play that one instead" people to cut off a song in the middle.

* NEW * Beat analyser showing the current BPM in the song if it can find one.

* NEW * Nice looking level (VU) meters.

* NEW * Volume control for each side.

* NEW * Added a nice splash image made by Andrew Scammell <a scammell/sky com>.

* NEW * The Compressor effect got an auto feature that meassures the current
        compression level and adjust according to different songs.

* NEW * Incorporated my phat reverb effect Cathedral into DeeJayD and made
        it process in realtime. Something I have been wanting to do for
        many years :) Caution though: With many echoes it can be very CPU
        hungry making DeeJayD sluggish to respond.

* NEW * Made it possible to load playlists. Both *.m3u, *.pls and plain
        text files, such as used with AmigaAmp can be used.

* NEW * Possibility to load complete directories, also recursively.

* NEW * Added some basic tone control; bass and treble, with editable cut-off
        frequency and on/off switch making it useful also for sudden kills
        of bass or treble.

* NEW * Changed most text colours to display best on dark backgrounds.
        Included a MUI settings file for DeeJayD that I developed.
        Copy it to ENVARC:MUI/ if you like DeeJayD to look its best :)

* FIX * A number of bugfixes, but I'm sure there are more in there that I
        have missed so please inform me of them!

Other programs by Deniil 715! can be found on OnyxSoft homepage at:

Feel free to mail me if you found bugs or have suggestions!
  daniel / onyxsoft se

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