MP3 & Audio Software New Release
foobar2000 is an advanced freeware audio player for the Windows platform. Some of the basic features include full unicode support, ReplayGain support and native support for several popular audio formats.
What's new in Foobar2000 1.3.17
foobar2000 change log - version 1.3.17
- Fixed horrible, horrible bug with Ctrl+A “select all” handler in edit boxes stealing altgr+a making it impossible to type “ą”.
- Made possible to retag MP4/M4A files without 'ftyp' header.
- Prevented decoding of broken MP3 frames that overlap with apparent file tags.
- Allowed decoding of WAV files with sample rates above 1MHz.
- Converter: Made format list sorting remembered.
- Fixed tags not being read from certain WAV files.
- Internal fixes to allow foo_input_exe/foo_input_ffmpeg decoding of HLS & RTMP streams.
- Added internal IMA ADPCM decoder for specific WAV files that system codec refuses to process.
AIMP v4.50 build 2042
AIMP is a free audio player with support for large number of formats and playlists. It works with multiple playlists immediately, allows creation of bookmarks and also has a playback queue.
AIMP v4.50, build 2042 (30.10.2017)
- Localizations and 3rd party libraries have been updated
- Fixed: Playlists - changing the read only setting does not take any effect if playlist was not yet loaded
- Fixed: Lyrics - the LRC file format parser processes some brackets incorrectly
- Small bugs and defects were fixed
Full list of changes you can find here.
What's new in iTunes 12.7
The new iTunes focuses on music, movies, TV shows, podcasts, and audiobooks. It adds support for syncing iOS 11 devices and includes new features for—
Apple Music. Now discover music with friends. Members can create profiles and follow each other to see music they are listening to and any playlists they’ve shared.
Podcasts. iTunes U collections are now part of the Apple Podcasts family. Search and explore free educational content produced by leading schools, universities, museums, and cultural institutions all in one place. If you previously used iTunes to sync apps or ringtones to your iOS device, use the new App Store or Sounds Settings on iOS to redownload them without your Mac.
For information about the new iTunes, please see: support.apple.com/kb/HT208075
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