ModPlug Player

ModPlug Player

Free
Listen to great MOD files while offline
 
2.1
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A freeware 32-bit digital sound player that supports well over a dozen digital sound formats. Besides the .mod format you'd expect by the program's name, you can open and play the .669, .far, .it, .med, .mdl, .mol, .mtm, .nst, .s3m, .stm, .ult, .wow, .xm, and .wav formats along with all flavors of zipped .mod files. ModPlug Player's intuitive and attractive interface has a VU meter and a switchable fourier spectrum analyzer (with mono and stereo modes). Even though its hard disk footprint is fairly small, ModPlug Player has a wealth of features including automatic click removal, volume ramping, digital bass expansion, and compilation of multi-format playlists. You'll also find Dolby Pro-Logic Surround support, basic reverb, noise reduction, and stereo enhancement

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