GOM Audio is a comprehensive audio player that comes with all the features you would expect in an application of its kind. It provides a modern look and a user-friendly environment that allows you to manage playlists and enhance the playback experience using advanced audio editing tools.
Designed with ease of use in mind, the interface is not so much different from that of all the audio players out there, comprising the playback buttons, volume control options and the playlist. The application supports common audio formats (MP3, WAV, OGG, WMA, MID, M4A etc.), but it also can handle audio CDs and Internet streams.
You can organize the input audio files to different playlists, which are opened in multiple tabs within the main window. Furthermore, GOM Audio enables you to create your own playlist files (in M3U, ASX, M3U8 or PLS format), containing the song list of all the tabs of just one of them.
The integrated 10-band equalizer is designed to help you enhance the listening experience. It comes with a collection of presets for multiple music genres, but you can also build your own. Additionally, it features options for wave and master volume adjustments, modifying the tempo or configuring the song repeat settings.
The application includes a list of pre-loaded radio stations of different genres, but it can be used for opening and playing broadcasts from all over the world.
The power management tools that GOM Audio comes with come in handy for scheduling system shutdown or setting it to automatically close after the current playlist ends.
Crossfading effects, 'currently playing' desktop notification, shell integration, customizable shortcut keys, playback speed adjustments, pitch correction, reverb and normalize effects, 3D surround are some of the other advantages that the application comes with. Furthermore, its functionality can be enhanced using different plugins.
All in all, GOM Audio is a versatile and easy to use audio player that can meet the requirements of both beginner and advanced users, proving to be a worth-trying alternative to other similar software.