Re: By screenshot, is this a cool jukebox program, or not a cool jukebox program
Reply #47 – 2021-09-21 15:23:46
So much attention with so much complaining. I think you protest too much! I know it's easy to use (settings are a one-time thing -- and then still the settings are very compartmentalized/one place for one task -- then it's the buttons on the main screen). Can't handle a right-click? (Wow!) Say I want to turn off all DSPs. One button - main screen. It even says "DSP off". Other players do it how? By playing around in tree, or a double-sided list, doing some moving to and fro, just like Winamp all those decades ago. Busy work is what that is, and like an addict, busy work keeps you busy doing busy work. Have you nothing better to do? And what's with EQs anymore? As if everyone has a mono Hi-Fi. If you have 8 channels, you need an 8-channel EQ. 10 bands of EQ? Are you deaf? 31 bands, 8 channels, is the only way to go. And Jukebox sounds absolutely wonderful. JR DSPs sound...odd, and yet it's supposed to be its big deal. If you want to be there, in concert, Jukebox does that. Nothing else does.Anyone can tell that this guy's prima donna attitude, plus the fact his approach to UX is that of a first grader, that even if he weren't to charge 40 bucks(!!) for this... thing, that his business model's fate would still be the same as that of this thread's: a butt of jokes and nothing more! <para finally> OK, keep it coming but let's try to sound like you know what you're talking about. Just joking. (Ha-ha) Protest on! Garth! And to think that it would've been so easy for him to learn from other HA members - who also happen to be developers/contributors of software/audio formats as outstanding as foobar2k, FLAC or Wavpack - a lesson or two in how to have a down-to-earth attitude towards honest criticism, instead of such ludicrous display of hollier-than-thou attitude and arrogance!
Listen to the music, not the media it's on.
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