Swinsian 3.0 Preview 15

Swinsian 3.0 Preview 15

Swinsian is a sophisticated music player for macOS with wide format support, folder watching and advanced tag editing and designed to be responsive even with the largest libraries.


  • Folder watching
  • iTunes library importing
  • Album art fetching
  • Global keyboard shortcuts
  • OS X and Growl Notifications
  • Duplicate track finder
  • Last.fm scrobbling
  • Separate playlist windows
  • Regex search
  • Find and replace tag editing, with regex support
  • Smart playlists
  • Library stats
  • Playback over AirPlay
  • Automatic Podcast downloading
  • Applescript control

Audio Playback

  • Supports Flac, MP3, AAC, ALAC, Ogg Vorbis, WMA, WAV, Opus, AC3, AIFF, MusePack, and APE.
  • Gapless playback
  • Automatic changing of device sample rate
  • Support for cue files and embedded cue information

What's New:

Version 3.0 
Note: This is a beta release.


  • Adds support for additional fields (Movement, Movement Name, Work, Barcode, Lyricist and Original Release Date)
  • Adds support for per track volume settings.
  • Adds support for replaygain tags.
  • Adds support for custom per track start and stop times.
    Adds support for sorting tags.
  • Adds the ability to show file paths in the browser.
  • Adds the ability to show up to 6 columns in the browser.
  • New playback queue interface.
  • Support for dark mode.
  • Adds some built in equalizer presets.
  • Adds support for importing EQF equalizer files.
  • Adds the ability to copy music files when exporting playlists.
  • Adds the ability to export the lirbary as an iTunes-style XML file.
  • Allows using membership of other smart playlists as a rule in smart playlists.
  • Gives more control over how Swinsian changes the audio device settings to match the current track.


  • Title: Swinsian 3.0 Preview 15
  • Developer: Swinsian
  • Compatibility: macOS 10.11 or later
  • Language: English
  • Includes: K'ed by TNT
  • Size: 15.89 MB
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