Done With WinAmp

I’ve been using WinAmp for the last 11 or so years. I’ve been a loyal fan of “whipping the llama’s ass,” but it seems as if development and functionality died out long ago. I mean look at WinAmp’s website! It looks like it’s stuck in the early 2000’s web design. I’m all for not fixing what isn’t broken, but their player seems to still be stuck in the Windows XP era. I mainly used WinAmp for streaming from my favorite classical station 99.5 All Classical and some other ShoutCast stations. Lately I’ve noticed some odd sound effects and weird behaviors while streaming … Continue reading

Spectrograms Are COOL!

So I started using a new application to listen to my audio. It has a spectrogram visualization. Here’s what Tchaikovsky’s Violin Concerto in D Major looks like: Generated while listening to the MP3 in foobar2000.