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Linux Audio: Amarok 1.1 Review



A little deeper look at AmaroK...
As of this writing Amarok is at version 1.1 and this is my first time getting to use it. Right off the bat I can say that I am very impressed. I simply told it what folder has all of my music in it and it very quickly cataloged it all and I was ready to start listening/managing. You are first presented with your collection in the left pane and can quickly create a playlist for a whole artist collection or just certain albums/songs from there. Your current playlist is always shown in the right pane. Once you are actually listening to songs the left pane can change to an informational window about the song, album and other tracks by the given artist.
 read more | mail this link | score:0 | -Ray, October 1, 2004
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