Poll
Which Music Player do you use ?

Foobar (22 votes)
 [45.83%] 

Winamp (9 votes)
 [18.75%] 

Windows Media Player (3 votes)
 [6.25%] 

iTunes (5 votes)
 [10.42%] 

Rhythmbox (1 vote)
 [2.08%] 

Banshee (1 vote)
 [2.08%] 

Songbird (0 votes)
 [0.00%] 

Other (7 votes)
 [14.58%] 

User Votes: 48
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#60
Keriousgoal's avatar

Foobar

Winamp

Windows Media Player

iTunes

Rhythmbox

Banshee

Songbird

Other

Panda edit: Added some more options

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#68
SPYROTEKNIKS's avatar

It's all about that little foobar2000. Best thing I've ever used—for music, that is. 😛

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#70
Panda's avatar

Rhythmbox

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#72
Keriousgoal's avatar

Panda wrote:
Rhythmbox


never heard that ☹

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#75
addikt1ve's avatar

mpd here.

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#77
Andrei's avatar

AIMP FTW!!! :yes:

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#81
KiLL3R's avatar

I'm using Foobar

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#90
buschwusch's avatar

neither...
i almost exclusively use spotify on my macbook and on my nexus one.

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#97
dimmu676's avatar

i'm using Winamp

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#102
johnnyFive's avatar

Foobar2000 for me \o/ Though I did use Winamp quite a bit in the past

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#104
rattikettu's avatar

Banshee on Linux. WMP on Windows

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#105
polcan's avatar

AIMP2

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#109
Skittles's avatar

Using FOOBAR

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#115
notepadfan's avatar

iTunes, however I've been contemplating switching to foobar.

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#168
AddaeDans's avatar

Foobar rules

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#171
1dB's avatar

Foobar generally. Winamp when I want a pretty visualizer (Milkdrop).

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#177
keepitreal's avatar

None
Banshee or vlc

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#182
blu3's avatar

Winamp 🙂

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#198
Monkeymook's avatar

VLC/Jam/XMPlay/SNDPlayer

Really depends on what I'm listening to, and how I want it to sound, or what format it's in. XMPlay and Jam 2.10 mostly, though.

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#246
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Monkeymook wrote:
VLC/Jam/XMPlay/SNDPlayer

Really depends on what I'm listening to, and how I want it to sound, or what format it's in. XMPlay and Jam 2.10 mostly, though.

What's the Jam player? I've never heard of it. XMplay is good, personally I use Foobar2k

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#257
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Drewski wrote:
Monkeymook wrote:
VLC/Jam/XMPlay/SNDPlayer

Really depends on what I'm listening to, and how I want it to sound, or what format it's in. XMPlay and Jam 2.10 mostly, though.

What's the Jam player? I've never heard of it. XMplay is good, personally I use Foobar2k


Jam is a free player with support for many Amiga and Atari tracker formats. Check it out here. I only use it for three reasons:

1. It has the ability to mute up to four channels in an audio file, depending on many channels there are.
2. It has excellent SNDH support, and there is no Winamp SNDH plugin available that doesn't cause XMPlay to crash.
3. It has the ability to let you edit the headers and tag information of audio files and modules.

I far prefer XMPlay over Fb2k, because there are so many plugins written for lots of old school formats. These plugins were written for Winamp, but XMPlay can fully use utilize those plugins. Fb2k crashes when attempting to use many of those plugins.

XMPlay also has about an 8MB memory footprint, but I won't start any memory usage wars here. 🙂

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#259
paca997's avatar

Foobar for windows and MoC for Linux

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#302
atlas's avatar

Rhythmbox, but would migrate to Banshee if they got play counting correct.

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#307
Frosty's avatar

I use iTunes because I own an iPhone and an iPod Nano.

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#312
glh5's avatar

I used to use rhythmbox. It stopped working somehow though. Now I use Clementine. 🙂

atlas wrote:
Rhythmbox, but would migrate to Banshee if they got play counting correct.


If we're speaking about Last.fm here, Rhythmbox doesn't have the right playcount either. When you put a track on repeat and listen to it, say, 20 times, it registers only one play.

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