Impulse Media Player

Impulse Media Player is the ultimate media player for Windows


Rathen than a simple music player, Impulse Media Player might be considered an effective *MUSIC HOME STATION: *The user can search for events, songs, scrobble or share track, see the tracklist history and apply useful fx to its favourite track. Global features

Global features

  • Change speed of music without affecting pitch
  • Change pitch (in semitones or cents) of music without affecting speed
  • BPM Detection
  • Loop mode
  • Convert local or remote stream with selected speed, pitch and fx to MP3, WMA, WAV format
  • Broadcasting feature with Shoutcast or WMACast
  • Internet radio streams support
  • Playlist management
  • Tag file (powered by Ultimate Music Tagger)
  • Best performance also on slow machines
  • Mini controlable Popup window over tasktray that allow user to do any other task in foreground
  • Analyze and identify your current listening track with EchoNest Analyzer
  • Automatically check for version updates
  • Supported files extension: mp3, ogg, wav, mp2, mp1, aiff, m2a, mpa, m1a, mpg, mpeg, aif, mp3pro, bwf, mus, wma, wmv, aac, adts, mp4, m4a, m4b, mod, mo3, s3m, xm, it, mtm, umx, mdz, s3z, itz, xmz, cda, flac, wma, wmv, aac, adts, mp4, m4a, m4b, mpc, mpp, mp+

Social features

  • Connection to lastfm services features, included scrobbling
  • Share and search track, event via lastfm or Facebook
  • Context links wrapped from Lastfm, Facebook, Twitter, LyricWiki, or Spotify.

Check the documentation for more info

framework .NET 4
Windows 32 / 64 bit

Demonstration video







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