CD++ application was designed to be a music player with the same controls as a cd player, plus many options for sorting your music files.
Here are some key features of “CD plus plus”:
· CD++ catalogues, plays and samples from audio and mixed-mode CDs. CD++ will also catalogue data CDs (CD ROMs), but can obviously not play or sample from them.
· CD data, ie artist, title, date and track names, is held in a catalogue. When a catalogued CD is loaded in the CD drive, it is recognised and its data is displayed. When an un-catalogued CD is loaded, you can either enter the title and other data manually, or you can import the data from the Windows 95 CDplayer, if the CD is catalogued there, or you can obtain the data online from the CDDB database. CDDB is a large (150,000+ entries) database of CD information which can be queried via the Internet.
· Each catalogued CD can have an associated Playlist. Playlists can contain tracks and segments, and contain multiple entries for the same track or segment. Existing playlists can be imported from the Windows 95 CDplayer. CD++ allows you to define Segments. Segments are named sub-sections of tracks, defined by a start and end position, which can be as short as 1/75th of a second or as long as the whole track. Segment data is held with the other CD data in the catalogue. Segments can be used simply as cue points for playback, or they can define ranges for sampling. CD++ will record Segments as samples, and save them as Windows .wav format sound-files. Note that this ability to sample audio data from a CD is not meant to encourage the use of such samples in breach of copyright.
· CD++ has the usual controls for CD playback.
· Many of these features are illustrated by the entry for Tomb Raider II in the example catalogue. The TRII data (track listing etc) was obtained from CDDB. The playlist is constructed from short segments; its effectiveness will depend on the cueing speed of your CD drive.
· If you continue to use the software after the one-month evaluation period, you should register it
· nag screen
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CD++ is a free software CD player that provides a GUI interface to a modern Unix/Linux/Windows 9x/NT audio library. CD++ is designed to be a companion program to the Windows 95 CDplayer (now known as CDburner). CD++ does not play or sample from CDs recorded by any other software.
· CD catalogue
· Real time sampling and editing of the audio data on the CD, allowing for precise non-linear time adjustments.
· Cue lists, Sampling, Virtual Audio CD, Multisampling
· Equalization and reverb effects
· Removable input (CDROM / CD-R / DVD-R) and playback.
· Drag and drop support.
· Removable CD data – Track listing, Rating, Info, etc.
· Tag editor and imported tag-list
· Easy scan and language support
· Wavfiles and MIDI – Wavfiles allow you to play back files with different audio sample formats (for instance.wav,.cda and.aif). MIDI is an audio file format used to record and playback (synchronize) musical instrument sounds. Wavfiles can be opened with the Wavplayer (comes with CD++) and MIDI files with the MIDI Player (comes with CD++).
· Send info and play positions to the CD player in Windows-95 – CD++ will inform the Windows 95 CDplayer of the position where you are in the current disc, and will also work with the Windows 95 CDplayer menu.
· Unlimited files, Wavfiles and MIDI files
· Fast and reliable
CD++ is currently only available for the Linux operating systems, although a Win32 version is on its way. CD++ is written in Java, and is a Java applet. For Linux, it uses the standard JRE 1.2 or later. If you have the OpenJDK Java runtime, it will be able to run on your Linux computer.
Please read the README.txt file in the included CD++-user-guide.txt file, for instructions on setting up CD++.
CD++ is a free software CD player that provides a GUI interface to a modern Unix/Linux/Windows audio library. The first version of the program (version 0.8) is a CD player and contains no sample editing features. The purpose of the first version is to act as a sample editor for Unix and Linux computers. This is where CD++ was intended to remain
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CD++ is a program to play and catalogue audio CDs. CD++ catalogues and plays from both audio CDs and data CDs (CD-ROMs). It can play an un-catalogued CD from your drive, or play it from your Windows 95 CDplayer, and it can also import the CD data from Windows 95.
· CD++ can be configured to play and sample CD’s with multiple tracks and cue points.
· CD++ has a few playlist tools. Playlists can contain tracks and segments, and contain multiple entries for the same track or segment.
· CD++ has built-in internet capability. You can query the CDDB database to search for information about the CD you are playing. CD++ will retrieve this information, display it in the program, and allow you to download it if required.
· The programme has a smart cataloguing system.
· CD++ allows you to sample a range of audio data from CDs, at a range of times (1/75th of a second to the whole duration of the track).
· CD++ uses the Windows sound system to play music.
· CD++ has a powerful music library containing audio-data from the last year.
· CD++ has a large database of CD information which can be searched using the internet.
· CD++ allows you to import playlist data from other programs such as Windows 95 CDplayer and from the CDDB.
· CD++ can play CD’s that have not been properly catalogued.
· CD++ plays audio CD’s, and it can also catalogue data CD’s.
· CD++ is a user friendly and easy to use programme.
· CD++ has a simple and stylish interface.
· CD++ is free to try for 30 days.
– It would be helpful if CD++ could create playlists automatically. It does not need to, but I found I had to enter the data into it myself, manually. This could be changed.
– It would be helpful if CD++ could save settings, so that I could use the “Playing” view, rather than the “Scratch” view.
– The Tracklist file has an entry for ‘UNKNOWN CD.’ Is this a tracklist for the other CD drive, or a tracklist for an audio CD?
– I think there is a bug with the Vocal Mix. I did not have the noise that has been reported to be there when playing TRII
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CD++ is a multi-purpose music player with similar functions to a “CD
System Requirements For CD :
OS: Windows 7, 8.1 or 10.
Processor: Intel Core 2 Duo or equivalent
Memory: 4 GB RAM
Graphics: Intel HD 4000 or equivalent
DirectX: Version 9.0c
Storage: 4 GB available space
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