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Topic: Multichannel (multi-mono) player for Windows? (Read 515 times) previous topic - next topic
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Multichannel (multi-mono) player for Windows?

Is there any Windows player that can play multichannel formats like AAC?
It also needs to have control over channel mute/solo, and hopefully a seekable waveform display.

The problem with Audacity is that it can't play directly without decoding to WAV, and it's also somewhat awkward.

Re: Multichannel (multi-mono) player for Windows?

Reply #1
JRiver should do it.
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Reply #2
Thanks.

But how?
It seems to be a general audio/video player, and not something like a multi-track player with a lightweight DAW-like interface.

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Is there any Windows player

JRiver certainly is one.
Might it be you are not looking for a player but for an editor (like Audacity).
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Reply #4
You could also check out Reaper.