Blogmusik: music on demand.

January 30th, 2007 at 12:00 am

Sometimes you’re in your office and it’s not really your PC you’re using and you just want that favorite song of yours but forgot to bring your iPod leaving you no choice but to listen to a webcast radio and wait for your song to play.

Well here’s a little solution aside from internet radio or YouTube. Blogmusik is a virtual mp3 player that looks like an iPod. They have a good range of selection but not so complete. Anyway, you just type in the song you want to hear and then it plays. Loading time is impressively fast sound quality is not much of a problem.

The virtual player has the basic functions play, previous, next, pause, shuffle, volume and playlist. Playlists can be defined by users and play modes can be shuffled or ordered. When you change tracks, there’s a fade in and fade out segue so it’s not annoying. Last but not the least, it comes in black and white.

All in all, Blogmusik is a grea idea as an alternative to P2P music sharing and webcast radio. There are questions about its legalities but for me if it’s free, I have no problem about it and like millions of others will be willing to share. Now, if only I could figure out how to do that on Blogmusik.