There is one oddity in the WinAmpJukebox that I am planning on leaving in. That is the code for determining the artist name and the song name. For this, I do not use the meta data in the MP3/WMA-file, I use the filename, consequently. I use a program called Mp3tag to manage my songs, and I am actually quite indulgent on managing the meta data, but very picky on managing the file name. So this oddity works for me, wild protests might make reconsider. I use CDEx to copy my CD:s to to the hard drive, and it lets me specify how I want the file to be named. I prefer this setup: %1\%2\%7. %1 – %4 Meaning: A folder[…]

I am very exited about my new jukebox. For perfect playback, it is implemented as an addon to WinAmp. WinAmp is free, and I can take care about the playback later (if ever). It is intended for use on parties, and it prevents that one person picks all the music. Of all players that I could have chosen for making an addon to, why WinAmp? Because of the output plugin called SqrSoft Advanced Crossfading! A superb and very intelligent crossfader! If you haven’t got it, get it! So, why crossfading? If you allow a blank space between songs, people that attends to the party will do one (or both) of the following: Fiddle with the stereo. Go home. Crossfading prevents[…]