Dopamine Ltd.'s New Music Player Essay

1514 words - 7 pages

By

Team Dopamine
Andrea Panno
Dmitry Romanenko
Devarsh Shah
Ruslan Yurash
Rasheem Walters

Submitted to

Ms. Chilton
Technical Writing Manager

3/31/2014

Table of Contents
I - INTRODUCTION…………………………………………………………………....2
II - DETAILS ABOUT TECHNOLOGIES USED IN NEW PLAYER……………......2
III - KEY FEATURES………………………………………………………………......2
IV – LEADERS IN AREA……………………………………………………………...3
• Foobar 2000……………………………………………………………………...3
• Winamp…………………………………………………………………………3-4
• AIMP……………………………………………………………………………..4
• Amarok…………………………………………………………………………...5
V – CONCLUSION………………………………………………………………………5
- WORKS CITED

I - INTRODUCTION
Dopamine Ltd. has done the research on the music players industry and as the result presents its new project. The report provides the concise scenario of the features and the technologies used in new music player, and how new player can compete with leaders on the market.
II - INFORMATION ABOUT TECHNOLOGIES IN OUR NEW PLAYER
New music player will use the most decent technologies that were invented till this moment in development world:
 Fast architecture
An architecture and application optimization that delivers the fastest, most responsive UI that was ever used in Apps earlier

 Powerful engine
It will be able to launch in several seconds, load huge lists of songs in few seconds, include sound improving driver which will provide the best experience in listening music that people ever had.

 Perfect RAM/CPU time managing
It will consume minimum of resources which will allow user to listen to music while playing video games, working in video/photo editing applications and even mining bitcoin without loss in performance.

III – KEY FEATURES
 Support of most music files (MP3, FLAC, OGG, WAV, MID and other)
 Cross-platform (available on Windows, Linux, OS X, Android and iOS)
 Open source based (so anyone can modify it)
 Plug-in system (so anyone can add advanced features within the time)
 Browse and play your music by albums, artists, genres, songs, playlists, folders, and album artists
 Automatic scanning lyrics for files and matching the most appropriate lyrics for your songs
 Five band-level equalizer with Bass booster.
 Full Featured Control (Play, pause, next, previous, seek, shuffle, repeat mode, logarithmic volume slider and more.)
 File Organization: Organization and renaming of music files into folders and files based on tag values such as artist, album, name, track number, etc. that can be specified.
 Plays everything: Files, Discs, Music on Devices, Streams and Podcasts.

IV – LEADERS IN AREA
Foobar2000:

Type: Freeware (Closed Source)
Developer: Peter Pawlowski who is a former freelance contractor for Nullsoft.
Release: Initial release date is December 20, 2002
Features: highly modular design, breadth of features and extensive user flexibility in configuration.
OS Support: Windows

Foobar name is resulting from a common placeholder name used in computer programming. “The developer of...

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