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    Articles: R-Comp release MusicMan 2

    Friday, March 02, 2012 - 01:01 PM, (6658 Reads)

    R-Comp have released the latest version of their CD playing software, MusicMan 2. This new update, released at the 2012 South West Show on Saturday, has finally brough digital CD playback to RISC OS. Users of older RISC OS computers (pre-Iyonix) can still use analogue playback. MusicMan 2 also brings a few neat features to the table, this version now displays track listings, album art and artist information when playing music.

    MusicMan 2 now supports many more formats of raw or compressed audio. This allows you to extract your music from CD either in uncompressed format for editing (WAV files, or raw audio), or as smaller, compressed files for listening later. By compressing your CDs to disc, you can play any of your music tracks whenever you want without having to find the CD. MusicMan 2 now has the ability to store your music collection, such as on a network-attached drive. This means music can be made available to all your computers, as well as most modern NAS drives. As well as this, MusicMan automatically adds information to your files so that they can display information such as album, artist/composer and track name/number. This now applies to all formats of compressed audio. MusicMan 2 is available for purchase now from R-Comp directly or CJE Micro's for the reasonable sum of £23 and is compatible with all modern RISC OS computers, including the ARMini, BIK and even a RiscPC.



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