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Vox is a small but powerful music player for Mac (OS X or higher). Published by AleNofx, the program supports a variety of media files; these include XM, MOD and WAV. Vox also comes with the support for AIFF, lossless, OGG, mp3, and FLAC files next to many handy features built in.

Vox can also play Game Music and AAC, and it even has numerous cool effects built in like echo, pitch shift, and time stretch. In addition the software has reverb and a fully functional equalizer so you can make adjustments to the sound.

Vox

While it does have a lot of features, the interface and window are well laid out. As a lot of music players have evolved to become all in one media apps, Vox does only one thing, and that is play music.

Unlike other music players for Mac, Voxs 10 band equalizer is at par with commercial media apps, and you can also chain effects. Of all the effects built in, one of the most interesting is definitely time stretch, as it can speed up tracks without affecting the pitch. It supports drag and drop so you can easily rearrange the tracks on your playlist.

There are a lot of free music players for the Mac but the problem with those is they are very large and take a long time to download. Vox on the other hand, is less than 10 MB yet comes packed with a lot of practical features. If youre not in the mood for long downloads, then give this a try.


Related Links:
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