AIMP is a freeware multimedia player that includes an audio converter, recorder, and tag editor. Includes an easy to use interface, small size and minimal use of system resources. AIMP supports various audio file types. AIMP uses BASS audio library, and it was designed to be a robust and feature-rich alternative to more bloated, performance-taxing software.
- Wide range of audio formats supported (including FLAC, MP3, MP2, MP1, WAV, Vorbis, AAC, WMA, AC3, CDA, Speex, MTM, MOD, XM, IT, UMX, AIF, S3M, MO3 and others).
- Listening and one-click capturing of streaming content.
- 18-band equalization. Various built-in sound effects and adjustments (reverb, flanger, chorus, echo, pitch, tempo, speed).
- AutoShutdown manager, which allows users to shut down the system, close the player, or start playback at a given time.
- Skinnable interface.
- Audio Converter. Any supported audio file can be encoded to WAV, MP3, WMA or OGG format.
- Sound Recorder. Capture sound from any audio device in your system to mp3, ogg, wav or wma format.
- Multilingual interface.
- Plug-Ins support. You can add new utils or extend already exists, and connect some winamp plugins: Input, Gen, DSP.
- Good functionality and friendly user interface.
- Full Unicode support.
- Dynamic search of opened playlists.
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