1 instance, 2 outputs - Why we need it 2016-09-21 14:01:04 Hi everybody,This is one of the long-missed features of foobar : to be able, with one single instance of foobar, to assign 2 components (e.g. playlist viewer 1 and 2) or 2 playlists (e.g. playlist 1 and 2) to 2 different audio outputs (e.g. soundcard and headphones).Of course I'm talking about prelistening purposes, but NOT necessarily in a DJing environment. For example sometimes me and a group of friends host listening sessions at each other's homes, where the host picks music for the others to listen and comment. During these sessions, the host would like to prelisten to the next track, to decide if it will fit nicely after the previous one or if he'd better pick another one. That looks like a reasonable request, right ?Right now to achieve prelistening I'm using two portable instances of foobar with different audio outputs. It works fine, but since the instances and the playlists are different it gives me a lot of work. For example :- I'm playing song A on instance 1 of foobar- I want to prelisten to song B which is in the same playlist (maybe the next one, maybe not)- I need to go to instance 2, then find song B in all music, since the playlist isn't shared between instance 1 and instance 2- Then I can prelisten to song B- Then I have to go back to instance 1 and eventually change song B order in the playlistYou could answer me to go with some DJing software, although that would clearly be overkill for my purposes (I don't need 99% of their features, only prelistening). Just know that I've already tried about every DJing softwre on the market (Virtual DJ, Traktor, Serato, Rekordbox, DiscoXT, you name it). None of them even comes close to foobar in music management / custom tag handling, etc.. And if I can't even handle all my custom tags and filter my music accordingly, they're useless to me.Or maybe there is another foobar-like software with multiple output support. Any suggestions ?Personally I'd love to stick with foobar. I'm just missing some functionality like this "multiple outputs" thing. And I think it's more realistic to hope that foobar will one day have "multiple output support", than to hope that any DJ software will start handling custom tags like foobar does so well. Don't you think so ?