What kind of music player do /g/ use for phones and other devices?
for the car, I have an old Zune. I like tactile controls while drivingfor my phone, I mostly use Google Play Music - not the subscription service, but the one where you upload your own mp3 collection to the google cloud for free
op here I forgot to post my music player>Phonegoogle play music but I kind of want to change it>laptopI just switched from itunes to foobar awhile ago
spotify w/ premium because fuck it i don't have the time to manage disk drives full of pirated mp3s anymore. it's been 2 years since i've plugged my phone into a computer
>>64286428Same. Radio actually gives decent tips for new music
>>64286315Spotify on both PC and phone (cracked). I still have hundreds of GB of music in some old hard disk, but I exclusively stream nowadays.
Deezer but I'm getting pissed because it often stops playing when I'm driving. Like the connection drops for a second when changing antennas and the music stops and I have to manually reset it. And then when I do it goes back to the start instead of where it stopped at.I'm only using it because it comes with my plan.
>>64286315play music or whatever comes default wit the custom rom i'm running at the time i recently bought an ipod classic and use that now though
>>64286428How quickly can /g/men be lured to the other side. I wonder if that's my fate too.
>>64286315mixcloudfoobar2k for androidI fucking love the no-animation design of f2k, and plugins are breddy gud
Spotify Dogfood. It's great.
Retro music is the best looking player imo, but for functionality Poweramp seems to be the general consensus.If I want to sample an album before I download it I use apple music. I tried Google play music but the app and UI was unbearable.
Currently, Spotify Free on the iphone, with pi-hole blocking all the ads.I had a modded version of Spotify on Android which was good shit. Blocked everything in App, even when on data.
>>64286614>buys a fucking iphone but skimps out on paying a tenner for music
Spotify for "music", ZXTune for real music
>>64286704Also, Winamp on PC
>>64286315Foobar2000 for Android & PC
> all these botnet cucks ITF
>>64286573No, it isn't anon. Right now I am putting together a server with old socket 771 chips, ddr2 ram, and 4tb hard drives to store and stream my music across devices and with friends. The only way to fight back is to do it yourself anon. as long as there are those who do so /g/ will live on.
>>64286598can you download with that one?
>>64286428i actually used to buy my music, but had the same end result. streaming is just too convenient, and their discover weekly playlist has been really good to me.
>>64286315Clementine on PCTimber on Android
>>64286369>uploading pirated mp3 collection to cloud service
>>64286978>Clementine on PCpretty good>Timber on Androidtried some time ago, is it better than vanilla?
>>64286315Musicbee on PCGoogle Play Music on Android>>64287002it'll be fine, anonapparently they don't give a fuck. I have about 45000 pirated mp3s in my cloud
Timber is what I finally settled on. FOSS and has a shitload of different layouts available right awayThemed MusicBee for PC
>>64286315CyanogenMod player and Spotify on my phonefoobar and spotify on my laptop and desktop
>>64287026I wouldn't say it's better. It's a mobile music player, nothing much to improve on those. All that matters to me is that it's open source and free. Any paid player is a ripoff.
>>64286598Fucking thank you based anon
>>64286315GoneMAD (supports Opus unlike most of the shit players usually shilled here) for OSTs and whatnot, while Spotify is used for more normie music.
Phonograph and mp3s, fuck your botnets
Google play music
>>64287106>my cloud>myIt's not your cloud
I use Google Play Music because I have several thousand cds that I've bought over the past 25 years and I have them ripped and uploaded. Google is getting ready to get rid of the storage locker and just go pay only. When they do I'll just go back to carrying around my Sansa Fuze.
>>64287279>GoneMADThis Anon understands.GoneMAD. There is no substitute.
>>64287400Yes, I know this. Sorry, I thought on a technology board everyone would know this and I can use "my cloud" to refer to "the portion of the Google cloud I can upload my mp3s to"
>>64286315Blackplayer for .mp3Spotify for most musicGoogle Play and YouTube music also, but only on occasion because I have YouTube Red.
>>64287420>Google is getting ready to get rid of the storage locker and just go pay only.is this true for google music as well? I remember seeing something about google drive, but google music seems to be (at least somewhat) separate
>>64287106>>64286315 >>64287002>Implying that Google is able to tell that just because a file uploaded to their cloud doesn't have any DRM it is pirated.
Google, cause youtube red
>>64287737>What music player do you use>GoogleI bet your favourite browser is Facebook, too
>>64287844No, I use Windows.
>>64287844He's obviously talking about Google Play Music.
>>64287429no, thats how retards with no understanding of technology or computers at all refer to their Google cloud account
>>64286315iTunes (126.96.36.199 aka the last good version before they fucked up the design) on my desktop and BlackPlayer EX on my phone
Samsung Music :)
>>64287844google play retard
>>64286978>Timber on AndroidWould be nice with a different grid size and the possibility to sort albums by year; the latter is something absurdly critical for me. Else I use MusicBee on PC and still open to (free) options on Android.
>>64287420>Google is getting ready to get rid of the storage lockeryou're thinking of amazon
>>64288550>What's your favourite music player>Google play
>>64286598how does this look?
>>64288768I know that Amazon already announced it. But Google is getting ready to dump the locker feature when they merge YouTube Music with Google Play Music.
Can anyone give me a quick rundown or guide on how to use mpd+nqmpcpp? It's kinda confusing
Spotify Premium, student subscription
I like vanilla music on Android
Spotify because I don't like having to manage pirated MP3s or name them all individuallyAlso, I don't have to buy my musicWhat I hate about it, though, is that obscure music is never on there, and if you make a playlist it won't re-shuffle after you finish it, it'll trail off on their "related" songs
>>64286315Tidal, I don't care spending 20 for CD Quality audio, although the lack of a dedicated program on Linux is a bummer it's still great for me.
>>64289616>MP3>He doesn't exclusively listen to 96KHz 2000kbps placebo vinyl rips
>>64286598Come on, ad-free Spotify is only less than what most people in the western world make in an hour.
Spotify, watch FLAC fags argue this not being the best choice.
>>64289021Do you have a link to that announcement or is that just a rumor? I don't remember reading about the locker going away, but I do remember reading about the merger
>>64290439I can argue it's not the best choice because it doesn't have the music I want, regardless of its format.
>phoneI've got an iPod>computerKodi
>>64286315What the fuck kind of music player are those?
>>64287429>Sorry, I thought on /g/ I could talk about ""the cloud"" and not be called a pleb
>>64289616>I don't like having to manage pirated MP3s>managewhat is this supposed to mean?
>>64290595Rename them so they can be properly indexed
Apple Music all around because I don’t need to meme myself just to listen to music.
How the fuck is Spotify a botnet? Everything is a botnet to you retards.
>>64291743Well by "botnet" /g/ usually means "dataminer," and Spotify is exactly that.
>>64286315a mpd client. my phone vpns through my home network at all times and is considered as within the network so i get lan access to my media library.
>>64287279>supports OpusThey all support opus since android has supported it for a few versions now. The only reason they don't appear to is because the native media parser ignores the .opus file extension (although, Android 7 has supposedly fixed that problem already). I had to rename hundreds of tracks to .opus.ogg just for them to appear in vanilla music.
>>64291815>not using .ogg
>>64290430nobody gives a shit
>>64291831opus uses the ogg container natively. Xiph recommends the usage of .opus to distinguish them from vorbis in an ogg container. I only use .opus.ogg because of Android's retarded indexer
>>64291851>opus uses the ogg container nativelyNo shit. I was talking extension, not container.>Xiph recommends the usage of .opus to distinguish them from vorbis in an ogg containerDidn't know that
I was gonna make an acount for google play but those fuckers wants my credit card/pay pal or a gift card even when i dont want to get the premium shit, what's their deal? I just want to upload my 2hu shit, any other alternatives?
>>64291900Last I checked, google accounts don't need those. They only need your phone number and/or an alternative email account. I could be wrong and they changed the registration process to make those details mandatory.
>>64291940it seems they're a must now
>>64291968Well, I wouldn't really know. The only accounts I have are the one that I made back when youtube wasn't fucked with google services and a gmail account provided by my uni.
>>64286315Spotify, because I can't be fucked to set up something better.
macOS: Cog/iTunes/SpotifyWindows: Spotify/Foobar2kLinux: ClementineAndroid: Google Play Music maybe I don't really use my phone for that
>>64286894Naw, you can't but at least it gets rid of the annoying ads in your ear. I just use it to discover songs I might like and download them from elsewhere.
>phoneI almost never listen to music using my phone, but in the rare cases I do, I just use the bulit-in player>computercmus
foobar2000 because no decent streaming service for my kind of music. (classical and contemporary)
>>64290430Fuck paying the Spotify jew.
>>64287144>KansasCarry on my wayward son, Foss apps are master race
>>64286315i used to use Spotify but now it's foobar for any device if it has it. i don't use any on my phone.
>>64286315Since I use windows-phone, I use third party music player called loco (because they sold the sole and best music player ever to line then they shut it down.
JetAudio on laptop
YouTube music because I already pay for YouTube red.
>>64291753Of course it tracks what songs you listen to, how else would it give you weekly suggestions?
>>64292866I was just explaining why /g/ calls it a botnet.
>>64286315ncmpcpp on PC and stock LineageOS music player on Android (Eleven Music Player).The music library is synced with Syncthing.It's comfy without bloat.
mpvI have Spotify and mirror all my music to Google Play but don't really use them.
>>64287496>>64288245>>64287496>BlackplayerOnly 3 sane persons in here it seems
>>64292874Most of /g/ is retarded, they'd call an airgapped raspberry Pi a botnet if they saw one
Vanilla Music for my music collection.Spotify for the playlists and finding out music, or albums I want to hear before downloading. Newpipe/Itube for youtube music. Apple Music for the same use as spotify, girlfriend got a free six months subscription from a campaign so I'm trying it out. Pretty nice.
>>64291851>>64291815>unironically using opus>re-sampling all music to 48khz introducing artifactsOpus was designed for VIOP and low bit-rate applications, using it for music is just stupid.
>>64294302Say what you want, I'll be over here enjoying my 96Kbps Opus transcodes
>>64294742Opus isn't transparent below 128kbs. So you're getting objectionally worse audio quality than AAC or a modern mp3 encode.
>>64294801Better quality than 96Kbps MP3 or AAC.
Use Bluetooth with phone in the car. Google play music even though it's not greatOn desktop it's either deadbeef in Linux or foobar is windows
>>64294810none of them are transparent below 128kbs so its not useful.with lossy codecs you want the lowest bitrate thats transparent, opus was designed to do this with human voice, not music. tldr you're using a voice codec for music and being a retard.
>>64294914>better quality than alternative formats>not usefulLook man, I'm not a turbosperg. I just want my music. 96Kbps Opus is good enough and that's the bottom line.
>>64286428On desktop I use free spotify because sure there are ad's but i can sign into all of my computers and have all the songs in a playlist that I enjoy and they take up no space. On my phone I use pulsar.
>>64286315Deadbeef on my pc, sansa otherwise.I used to use Spotify but stopped when I realize it doesn't have my obscure weeb musics.
>>64286315>streaming musicThere is nothing as good as just having music on your phone or SD card, I'm not dependent on data and I can transfer them easily if I want to listen to them on another device
>>64286315Phone: Poweramp for the files I transfer from the PC, Spotify for other music I don't want to collect.PC: Winamp on the Windows partition (it werks) and Rythmbox on the Ubuntu partition.
/g/ trolled me into getting .flac. years ago and now i can't fit my music collection on my phone
>>64296053>what is transcoding
>>64296053transcode it then?
And foobar on PC
I listen to maybe an hours music a week. I just use youtube on desktop for that. I have never listened to music on my phone. I do however have audible and listen audiobook player, which gets a few hours use a day.
>>64288184how exactly to you refer to your (not your?) cloud?
>>64296229Not him but I just call it what it is, my server
>tfw foobar controller is better than the foobar app itself>it has no playbackwhy live
>>64286315Phone: PhonographPC: AIMPTried every major streaming service, but I just can't get used to them
Google Play Music, it has the best suggestions
I recently started using Spotify to find singles and download them using a script. I listen on my Zune or using Poweramp, and Foobar on my desktop.
YouTube Music with YouTube Red
>>64289616If you're on Windows, Foobar has a great pattern based moving and renaming feature. If you describe what a pirated filename looks like for an album/folder, it can move around the files and rename them into whatever hierarchy you tell it to.I have it set to Artist/Year - Album/TrackNo - TrackTitle.ext and it works really well.
Wish Spotify's interface wasn't so garbage.
Used to use Google Play when I was still back on Android, but my God it seems like Google completely forgot the shit even exists. It's a shame, because the radio stations are pretty good, and taking over Songify improved their "radio" playlists too, but Google clearly doesn't give a fuck about Google Play Music anymore, and became an even bigger clusterfuck with Youtube Music.Now I just use Spotify and sometimes bounce between Spotify and Apple Music just for the proper offline and iOS integration.
>>64298204>SongifyI meant Songza. What the fuck is Songify
>>64296053just transeru koderu it into ogg with -q5
>>64296053Just convert all of them to either .ogg or .aac.
>nobody mentioned Apollo
>>64289248Here's the quick rundown:MPD is an open-source music server. It plays files, organizes playlists and maintains a music database.Ncmpcpp is an MPD client and will provide you with an ncurses interface to interact with MPD. Lower volume, switch to shuffle, browse the database, etc.Pretty simple stuff. Most of the time people have problems with the actual daemonization of MPD because it requires fiddling with privileges and user accounts.For all practical purposes, on a single-user machine, you can set up and run MPD as your user (no need to fiddle with systemdick to run the daemon at boot). Just launch the mpd command and point it toward your .config (mpd ~/.config/mpd/mpd.conf).Arch wiki has a pretty good tutorial on how to get up and running: https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/Music_Player_DaemonFollow it step-by-step and don't stray from the tutorial unless you've conducted additional research and understand the configuration. Otherwise you'll end up with a mangled conf. Don't go copy and pasting shit from github and expect it to work.MPD is really great, but it takes some getting used to. I use it to run a 24/7 radio station on my web server. Just puts my playlist in loop and we're good to go.Hope this helps :)
Apple Musicfuck joining le sekret private trackers and worrying about whether an album is truly lossless or not
>>64298166Spotify is perfectly fine but unless you disable it completely their lockscreen player also changes your background for some reason.
>>64296131>2018>Serious software using a fucking alien head in their iconThe program itself is good tho
>>64286315Apple Music on my OP5.
>>64287279This, the UI and the queue function are very good. I also use Viper to get better audio.
>>64300633>worrying about whether an album is truly lossless or notIt's not as if you would be able to tell by listening in any case.
>>64303584It'll matter after transcoding.
>>64298847The app is retro music and the theme in the app is called blur.
Clementine on PCPoweramp on Android
>>64287641They use "Fingerprinting" which is basically watermarks.
Phone I use BlackPlayer and desktop I use Clementine.I have considered using google play music as it doesn't count towards my data so I could upload all my music but Google searching through it would probably have a field day with song titles.