JAM For Windows

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JAM For Windows
Player - JAM For Windows.png
Creator Abyss
Released 2006-02-06
Platform Windows
Website creamhq.de/jam.php

JAM (Just Another Music Player) For Windows is the Windows port of the Atari ST program, JAM. The music player's interface borrows heavily from Winamp. It was originally designed to play Atari ST SNDH files, but has been updated to play several more formats. It also have a feature to separate audio channels (doesn't work with noise channel of SID, and with tracker music if it has more than 4 channels - other channels will play even if all 4 channels are off).

It supports recording to WAV, and it's as accurate as converting to it (but slower).

The following formats are supported:

AIFF, DW, HIP, IT, MO3, MOD, MP1, MP2, MP3, MTM, OGG, SID, SNDH, TFMX, TSD, WAV, XM.

SID emulation is very accurate, even better than in SID Decoder, but this version doen't allow to change region/chip and doesn't allow to play unual SID files: 2SID/3SID, some 8-bit sampled music with no use of 4th channel (fortunatelly, no game uses them, only demos).

For some reasons, in most cases this player doesn't give the proper sounding of HIP music (some instruments play incorrectly).

Downloads

Version Download Platform
2.10 Download - (info) Windows

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