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My Sincere Thx for a Wonderful Audio Player, Foobar2000 ^_^
Melchior
post Mar 25 2012, 08:36
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Love, Describes this Audio Player More then any other in Existence ;^_^;

When I first Discovered Foobar2000, and Kode54's Game Music Plugins ^__^ _^_^ ^__^

being able to play all the Music from all The RPGs I have Loved playing over the years SNES, Genesis, PlayStation 1&2, and so many more happy.gif

The ones I have installed: happy.gif
biggrin.gif^_^ crying.gif happy.gifGame Emu Player
biggrin.gif^_^ crying.gif happy.gifPSF decoder
happy.gifQSF decoder
happy.gifADPCM decoders
happy.gifUSF Decoder

and taking up so little space
Computer Programing Philosophy , Keep it Simple, Fast, and Efficient happy.gif
Foobar2000 does this very well happy.gif plus I can store all my stuff in the program Dir just like the good old days (I'm the only user of my PC happy.gif)

Here's to having Foobar2000 at my side forever ;;^;_;^;;

Edit:
I was just noticing my join date, lol January 4th 2007
I would have most likely have joined the forum shortly after having discovered happy.gif

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astroidmist
post Mar 26 2012, 04:42
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I also express my sincere thanks for this very sophisticated and useful program. It is a prize workhorse.


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mudlord
post Mar 26 2012, 08:36
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I also would like to express to my business collegue kode54 my thanks for coding such components.
And for taking the time to make a decent MIDI component that shits all over Winamp's.
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kode54
post Mar 26 2012, 14:29
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I did have a lot of help making my MIDI component, though.
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Melchior
post Mar 26 2012, 19:39
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QUOTE (kode54 @ Mar 26 2012, 09:29) *
I did have a lot of help making my MIDI component, though.

Thx happy.gif I have the Midi Plugin installed too using mainly on a Spare PC at my sisters friend's place (along with all my other Video game Music files) happy.gif

at home I have a very old... Legendary Midi Player called:
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Yamaha Soft Synthesizer S-YXG50
aka Yamaha XGplayer

and all just to play my
"8,330,413 bytes" of midi files from the time I was in college 2001-2002 time period
for some reason or another all the PCs there had it installed so years later i found a copy of it for myself...

I still follow and keep your plugins up to date kode54 biggrin.gif happy.gif as well as bsnes biggrin.gif

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