Sound Vibe - powerful freeware audio player for PC. Everything you need for audio entertainment included in one application. Feel free to download.
Lightweight & fast
Sound Vibe won’t occupy much of disk space and perform well compared to other audio players. Extend functionality with different plugins. Listen to your favorite music, radio station, download album cover arts from internet – everything can be done with Sound Vibe.
High Quality Engine
Sound Vibe uses high quality audio engine for best possible audio playback. It supports huge amount of different audio formats (MP1, MP2, MP3, MPC, MP+, AAC, AC3, OGG, FLAC, APE, WavPack, Speex, WAV, CDA, WMA, S3M, XM, MOD, IT, MO3, MTM, UMX, etc.)
Multiple playlists with tree-like structure are supported. Advanced media library with custom directory monitor, grouping capabilities and many more features also available.Drag & drop skinnable interface throughout all application makes it very easy to use and enjoyable.
“Sound Vibe” – powerful freeware audio player for PC. Some of the basic features include supporting a huge variety of different audio formats, full unicode support, multiple hierarchical playlists, media library with advanced directory monitor, ability to download album covers from the internet, last.fm scrobbler, queue manager, audio converter/ripper, etc.. Read features page for more detailed feature set information.
“Sound Vibe” is freeware – You don’t have to pay anything for it. Just download and try for yourself. Automatic updating is implemented, so You don’t have to worry about keeping up-to-date. If You can and find this application useful, please donate for the project. Thanks.
“Sound Vibe” is developed by Linas Naginionis. All title and intellectual property rights to the “Sound Vibe” are owned by its author, Linas Naginionis.
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