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Noise Sharpening is one of the best DSPs in general, and both average users and audiophiles could greatly benefit from having a slider for this in the app. Neutron Music Player uses this and it's a big reason for people to use that music player over others like Poweramp. (most google play reviews mention the sound quality there and some directly mention noise sharpening) Here's a famous foobar2000 component for this DSP, for example: http://foosion.foobar2000.org/components/?id=delta
Poweramp is my favorite mobile music player, but it lacks one thing that my favorite pc music player has. In foobar, I can sort my music anyway I want. For years, I've sorted my music by artist, with the songs underneath their name, like so: I may be the only person in the world who sorts their music library like this, but I'm already used to it. I also think that many other users will find the ability to change the way your library is viewed and layed out, will make the transition from their home music player, or another android one, to Poweramp much more comfortable. I've already tried find
As they say, matches are made in heaven; and they are right! For months I was considering to buy ipod for its near hi-fi sound. Because Android phones are also good at audio (some are very), my friends suggested to get an Android of choice, and a very capable and worthy piece of software (you guys surely know that). The recipe worked so fine that I never thought of ipod again, and that with nearly the same price! For one, Poweramp solves the issue of playing and managing clutter of album tracks by using cue sheet embedded in formats like FLAC. And how do you combine bunch of tracks into single