Listening to music has never been easier with the use of a computer. How you listen to music on your computer requires you to have a few components downloaded and installed along with the songs that you may want to listen to in the format that can be easily read by your music player.
Winamp is one of your best bets for listening to music since it supports a few different formats like MP3 files and Audio CDS. Music streaming from certain websites can also be listened to via this player. Playing music on Winamp is pretty easy and can be done in a few steps. You can place an audio CD into your CD-ROM and it will automatically access your Winamp player to play it for you. If you want to use your stock of MP3s, you can select what you want to play from your list of songs and you can have them lined up on your Winamp player, ready to play one after the other.
How To Line Up MP3 song on your Winamp Player
Here are a few of the steps to enable you to do this:
1. Open up the folder where you placed your MP3 collection.
2. By using the right mouse button, click on the songs you want to listen to on your Winamp player.
3. From the selection of commands in the box that pops up after your right-click, click on enqueue in winamp. This will enable the song you chose to be listed for play in your Winamp player. Do the same for the rest of your song selections.
4. After choosing your playlist, you click on the play button on the Winamp player.
5. You also have the option to minimize your Winamp player so that it is hidden from view while you work on other things on your computer.
6. You can also adjust the volume on your player with the use of the volume control button that you drag to minimize or maximize the sound coming from your PC. You also have the option to loop the list of songs on your Winamp by choosing to have it repeat the playlist by selecting repeat from the play options.
Playing songs and listening to them is indeed easy with a computer integrated music player and a ready collection of songs that you can choose from.