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  1. @maxmp Very cool. Glad to hear it. Will there be support for adding and removing bands like in ReaEQ? Not essential as long as there are enough bands in the first place, but would be cool nonetheless. And do you know if presets with that mode will be developed at some point, or are they not a plan at all?
  2. @andrewilley Ah, yes, parametric eq! That was the term I was looking for. Colors look nice (though as you can see, ReaEQ doesn't have them), but I don't really care about that as long as the end result is functional and user friendly. Besides, Poweramp supports skin mods anyway, so if the default version didn't have vibrant colors or what have you, someone could always create a skin that does.
  3. @Bencherished Poweramp isn't bad, not at all. It's quite good. I really like it. But that doesn't mean it can't be improved upon. Also, those are eq plugins for Reaper, a Digital Audio Workstation (DAW). Those aren't mobile, nor were they built for mobile. They're VSTs. A phone would have no idea what to do with a VST file. I just got those photos by taking screenshots on my computer.
  4. The current equalizer in Poweramp is awesome, and offers more band control that Google Play Music (RIP), which I switched from. However, I think it would be really cool if in the settings there were an option to enable a more advanced eq like ReaEQ or the whiteLABEL TEN:Q.
  5. @andrewilley Just tried out your solution and it worked a treat. Thanks!
  6. @andrewilley Good thought. I was just about to head out to my car to work on this and double check that both devices are on the same account (I only have the one account so I can't think of why they wouldn't be). I'll give that a try. If it works, great. If not, well, I'll be back here, likely.
  7. After Google screwed over their customers by bailing on Google Play Music, I immediately jumped ship and moved to Poweramp on the recommendation of a friend. In comparison to GPM, it's got it's quirks to get used to but I think overall it's a better music player and certainly looks better. I ended up buying using my phone and then downloaded it on my car radio running Android 8 (it's an old OS, yeah, but it's compatible). But every time I launch Poweramp on my radio it requests that I buy it, which I've already done. So I select "Already Purchased" and then try to verify that purchase by downl
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