Trying to locate a better view in Foobar, so wondering what other Foobar users’ setup look like.
I swear to god that better not be comic sans
I Don’t personally use Foobar. I did however remember Z talking about his set up so I will throw that down here. Good luck.
It might be, I can’t remember as I set it up a while back
Well… Foobar I guess
Allergic to Comic Sans?
Yes, badly ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
I am using MusicBee, layout looks like this:
Interprets/Bands are sorted by Genre (mostly) on the left, center column is albums. So I can either dive into an album or just press play up top next to the band name to get all their music I have. Right hand side is current playlist and information about the current track.
Status bar with wave bar for scrubbing through songs at the bottom.
Yeah… looks bad
18, 19, 20 characters
Without that walkthough, I would never have started using Foobar 2000. So shout out to him
With software that has many features, you either bang your head against a wall until you break through, or have someone throw you a rope and pull you up.
Or just ignore all the advanced features and use only the most basic options that you can figure out lol
You have no idea how I work…
I am so happy my browser supports split layouts and video pop-out.
My VisualStudioCode workspace is a mess of things.
When I edit photos or attempt digital drawing, there are ALL THE PANELS.
Sole reason: Get things done quickly.
Also: ZShell on linux is AMAZING
More features with more stuff to do more things more quicker lol
Edit: yeah there are some pretty cool things for linux
Tried to go for a bit of 70s brown and orange look, as i listen to a ton of old rock/progrock and even some disco!
As for the layout, i have the flac directory as my top left box, then there is the selected album, song info and album art. Below i have visuals of the music as “interesting eye candy”
Nice. I like the orange/brown theme.
Why does no one use the spectrogram. You 100% of the time will miss hidden pictures in the audio if you don’t use it.
Finally someone mentions it lol. I use it all the time. You do miss some neat stuff. Much more beneficial then the oscope in foobar imo