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Jukebox 2112 (v12.65 from 31 October 2019) plays MP3, M4A (AAC and ALAC), FLAC, Ogg (Vorbis), Opus, and WMA music tracks. - FLAC tracks with an embedded cuesheet play as if they were a CD, with per-track titles, durations, and lyrics; these like-CD tracks can also have playlists generated that allow loading these by individual tracks, or to be decoded to individual PCM .wav files, one per track - Gapless playback is always available with lossless formats (.ALAC, .FLAC, WMA-LL, and .WAV), and is possible even for lossy formats such as .MP3, .AAC, .OGG, .OPUS and .WMA - WASAPI audio output with both shared, and if needed, exclusive access, to the selected audio device - Denon/Marantz remote control Signal processing includes: - ReplayGain and Soundcheck values are recognized, with fine-tuning available - On-the-fly RGCalc option to calculate the ReplayGain value for tracks that don't have an RG value - Creating a subwoofer channel for low frequencies from the main two channels (2.0 becomes 2.1); extensive control is available - Creating with the subwoofer channel, a surround channel pair or two pair (2.1 becomes 5.1 or 7.1); reverb can be applied differently to the surround channels, to great effect - Creating with the subwoofer channel, a discrete secondary subwoofer channel (2.1/5.1 becomes 4.2 to 4.4) - Headphone crossfeed to make headphones sound more like loudspeakers, with adjustable parameters - Multi-channel reverb, with selectable modes and extensive control at a per channel-pair level - Simple bass and treble tone controls for the front two channels, with adjustable parameters - 1/3rd-octave multi-channel EQ, and control for up to eight channels, in four channel-pair groupings; quick peek of levels by hovering over the [EQ panel] pushbutton - Speaker EQ for contouring each loudspeaker individually (Bose 901 EQ emulation included; easy to create more) - Tone file creator - Digital-out warm-up option for HDMI and S/PDIF destinations; ensures that after a device format change the first few seconds of the next track are not cut off - Optional local control of volume for exclusive audio modes of devices that do not offer hardware volume control (e.g., Nvidia Digital) User interface and visualizations include: - Large controls allowing touch screen-only use - VU meter, dB meter, frequency bars, and oscope, one of each per channel, updating at up to 60 FPS - Hover over the [EQ panel] pushbutton to show all EQ slider positions for each of the eight channels in the VU meters (or right-click that pushbutton, or press-hold for touchscreens) - Easy-to-access pushbutton activation of DSP features, including a DSP off button to enable/disable all DSPs quickly - Album covers are displayed for upcoming tracks, and information on the currently selected track is also shown - The art panel can be zoomed/panned - The program window can be sized from tiny to fullscreen, with the contents scaling with the change of size - Tracks picked for play are viewed in the track listview, with Search of the internal database available to flag matches by checking or unchecking each match - Each column header of the track listview has sorting and other actions - Each individual track has actions in its title and checkbox columns, such as adding the track to a playlist, or decoding it to a PCM .wav file with metadata included - Select from/save to 9 settings groups; makes it easy to switch from 7.1 to 4.2 to headphones mode, EQ settings included - Unmask backmasking - Audio device topology mixer - Multi-instance capable: can be started from the command line; to begin a second (or later) instance, include the -name xyz switch, such as: "JUKEBOX2112.EXE -name i2", where i2 is the literal instance name No external database is used (i.e., no database is stored on disk). SSD-located tracks are fully parsed for metadata at a rate of 1000s of tracks per second to an internal database. Tracks to play are picked by using a standard file open dialog; individual tracks, playlists, and folders can be added at any time. Each track is fully loaded and decoded into memory, and playback is still immediate and completely gapless.

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Additional information

Published by

CORNEL HUTH

Developed by

40th Floor - Software

Release date

24/10/2017

Approximate size

6.16 MB

Age rating

For ages 3 and over

Category

Music

This app can

Access all your files, peripheral devices, apps, programs and registry

Installation

Get this app while signed in to your Microsoft account and install on up to ten Windows 10 devices.

This product needs to be installed on your internal hard drive.

Language supported

English (United States)

Publisher Info

Jukebox 2112 website


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