Author Topic: What happens when Steven dies?  (Read 15863 times)

hiccup

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And all they play there is Rick Astley.
The same song, over and over again.
I am wondering what he needs a music manager for.

imminiman

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Yeah I know it's egoistic of me to ask this question and I could've worded it better, and maybe it would have been a little less weird and insensitive, but it would probably still be I guess. I am sorry for this. if you want and can, delete this thread.

hiccup

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Yeah I know it's egoistic of me to ask this question and I could've worded it better, and maybe it would have been a little less weird and insensitive, but it would probably still be I guess. I am sorry for this. if you want and can, delete this thread.
No harm done.
Let's all just leave it at this, and wait what Steven wants to do with this thread?

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I like the thread - I got to meme.
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While I admit  the thread started off very weird, it took a nice humorous turn and I wouldn't delete it.
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I'll long be waiting for him in "heaven" to chat up his afterlife version 1.0 -for one: Many other things are likely to happen -here, there, and elsewhere.

Shouldn't this be moved to the Beyond Musicbee forum??

hiccup

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Let's just die this thread before any of us does.


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I would have asked what is the future of MB when/if Steven no longer has the time to support it or if sadly something happens to him.

Whether you think it is in *good taste* to bring the subject up has nothing to do with it's relevance. Nor does it disrespect Steven. MB is the best I have found & those of us who are enthusiastic about it, would like to see it continue far into the future. I cannot count how many wonderful & unique software projects just like this have died due to un-forseen life circumstances by the original developer(s).

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MusicBee Cloud edition confirmed?
There is no such thing.
Download the latest MusicBee v3.5 patch from here.
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Oh, I took that as tongue in cheek...
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MusicBee Cloud edition confirmed?
Not sure I'd want to use it.
Could be too much harp (or maybe fiddle) music for my taste.

There is no such thing.
It all depends on how much you believe  :P

Oh, I took that as tongue in cheek...
Me too. Very much so  :D
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Not a very decent question & pointless on top of that: "I work as an IT project manager, but I don't get to do any hands-on development anymore. As I enjoy software programming as one of my hobbies, I have created a music manager and player application which I've made it available for personal use." Steven Mayall on CNET. MB is discontinued (last update more than 5 month ago). As an audiophile I prefer the clearly better sounding AIMP witch also works more reliable in combination with JPlay and Fidelizer.

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MB is discontinued (last update more than 5 month ago). As an audiophile I prefer the clearly better sounding AIMP…
Welcome to the forum zupp.
It's a pity your introductory post contains two incorrect statements.

MusicBee is not 'discontinued' but still under continuous development.
The latest patch update even dates from yesterday.

MusicBee does not 'sound worse than Aimp'.
MusicBee is capable of bit-perfect playback (which is as good as it gets), and I am guessing Aimp is too.
So if you observe differences in sound quality, you probably have misconfigured one of them, or have set them playing at different volumes, or have some audio processing in the audio path.