Assign effects to tracks without re-encoding, with XMPlay audio player

XMPlay is a free, high end, portable and very convenient audio player resembling Winamp and supporting (initially) the OGG, MP3, MP2, MP1, WMA, WAV, AIFF, CDA, MO3, IT, XM, S3M, MTM, MOD, UMX audio formats, and PLS, M3U, ASX, WAX playlists, and more formats, such as FLAC and APE, using free input plugins. XMPlay can achieve bit to bit accuracy using Wasapi and Asio plugins.

Features: 32/24-bit & multi-channel output, gapless output, crossfading, interpolation & volume/pan ramping, DSP, automatic gain control (and replaygain), 9 band equalizer, reverb, plugin support, net streaming, all supported file types (including MODs and archives) can be streamed from FTP and HTTP servers (inc. Shoutcast/Icecast/Icecast2), optionally writing a copy to disk,

FTP directories and HTML webpages can be scanned for playable files, file/format information, messages/tags, and instrument/sample texts, open webpages from the texts, Title formatting, database of tracks with directory monitoring, save settings (DSP/etc) to be automatically used each time specific tracks or file types are played, save presets for quick application at any time,

Write 8/16/24/32-bit WAV files, use external encoders (MP3/OGG/etc), optional level normalization, dithering & noise shaping, individual MOD instrument writing, Fully customizable shortcuts including global hotkeys, Open files/folders from Windows Explorer, drag’n’drop files/folders/shortcuts/URLs, monitor the clipboard for playable URLs, drag’n’drop tracks from XMPlay into other programs,

Icon customization, Archived/compressed files can be loaded just like normal files, including support for nested archives, Unicode file support, Compatible with Sonique plugins, fullscreen display, includes a MOD pattern view, No installation!