Dance Music Player
Dance Music Player is an audio player supposed to be used on touchscreen devices, offering all the features you expect from such an app and much more.
You may get lost in the interface when you first launch the program, so it takes a while to figure out which feature is which, but Dance Music Player actually provides a very nice set of tools.
While it provides the same volume and playback controls as many other audio players out there, Dance Music Player also lets you perform speed adaptation by adjusting pitch, measures per minute (MPM) and BPM.
Once you start playing a new MP3, Dance Music Player opens a new window to control the playback, while also providing a dedicated option to play the song with an external program.
The main window is being used to display ID3 tag information, such as artist and title, duration, BPM, MPM and pitch, album and filename details.
Additionally, the program supports manual and automatic cross fading, while also sporting separate main window controls for switching from headphones to speakers.
With multiple options to set up and manage MP3 databases, Dance Music Player comes with a rather decent configuration screen that lets you set up the main window, columns and rows style, but also fade times, folders, security and player output.
It's not a resource hog, but Dance Music Player needs an average amount of hardware resources to work properly, while it runs just fine on all Windows flavors.
All in all, Dance Music Player might be an audio player addressed to touchscreen devices, but it still needs some improvements when it comes to the way it looks. It has to be more intuitive and more user-friendly, especially because it offers such a long list of features.