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GOM Audio


omplete and versatile player

Changeable skins

Thorough menu options

Real-time notifications for new songs

No help menu

Resource consumption could be improved in standby mode

Whats New (version

  • Sync Lyrics output stabilization
  • Strengthen CD audio playback stability
  • Support for album images for M4A, FLAC files
  • Minor improvements and bugs fixed

Full Details
App NameGOM Audio
PublisherGom & Company
Publisher web sitehttp://www.gomlab.com/
Release DateAugust 29, 2017
Last Update On2020/08/19
File Size8.11MB
Main OSWindows
Compatible WithWindows XP/Vista/7/8/10
CategoryMP3 & Audio Software
SubcategoryMedia Players
Total Downloads958387
Downloads Last 7 Days29
PRICE And Limits
License ModelFree
LimitationsNot available

GOM Audio may be a free music player that may play music from CDs and other formats at top quality. allows you to simply create and manage playlists, view and edit the ID3 tag, repeat and shuffle songs, and control an equalizer, done manually or via presets (Dance, Live, Party, Rock, Ska, Pop, etc.). It provides effects and useful features, like multi-speed playback, pitch adjustment, and equalizer, which are ideal for both general listeners and musicians. GOM achieves the very best quality audio that’s optimized for various environments. additionally, it provides sync lyrics for audio playback, so you’ll be able to hear music while following the lyrics. If no lyrics are available, you’ll be able to enter your own lyrics using the Sync Lyrics Editor then upload them. Moreover, through the GOM Pod Service, you’ll be able to hear popular podcasts by streaming or downloading them. What’s even more surprising is that you just can enjoy all of those functions not only on your PC, but also on your mobile device.

Useful Features:
Playback speed control (0.1x to 2.0x, including an audio correction function);
A-B Repeat; Pitch control; Equalizer (Preset and Save My EQ functions);
Reverb (Preset and Save My Reverb functions);
Audio Effects (Surround, Normalize);
Sync lyrics and editor; Podcast streaming and downloading;
Internet radio (Open Internet Streams);

Gretech’s GOM Audio may be a music player supported their GOM Media Player. GOM Audio is supposed to handle all of your audio: MP3s and other files, CDs within the tray, and Internet radio and streams. It supports most audio formats, including AAC files saved as M4As and high-quality and lossless formats like WAV and FLAC. additionally to skins, playlists, and plug-in support, GOM Audio offers an equalizer, A-B repeat, playback speed control, and effects like reverb and surround sound. the newest release, GOM Audio 2 plus, features better exporting of very large playlists and improved CD control and playback. GOM Audio runs in Windows 2000 to 8; we ran it in 7.

Other Features
-From the Creators of GOM Player
-Sync and edit lyrics
-Listening to podcasts with GOMPod Service
-Listen to Internet Radio
-My Profile is linked to your GOM ID
-Mobile GOM Audio available
-Power Options
-Low Resource Usage
-Choose Your Skin
-Connect with GOM Remote

During setup, we could associate GOM Audio with various file types, make it our default CD player, and choose other options. Don’t worry; they’re easy to alter presently, if you are not proud of the results. GOM Audio’s default skin is a beautiful brown-themed player with docked playlist. Initially, the playlist window contained a awfully helpful quick start guide to the program’s most significant features, like the Mode button within the upper-right corner. This button toggles GOM Audio’s small main window between album art, counter, or both; right-clicking it calls up the most menu, which accesses all controls, preferences, playlists, power options, and documentation. We clicked “Skins” and sampled the lovable bear theme still as our eventual favorite, Fondness, a minimalist design that nevertheless gives quick access to both basic controls and also the full menu of options.

The design is modern and chic. the choices menu has two alternative skins which transform the planning of the player and therefore the placement of the buttons. In terms of performance, GOM Audio proved stable during testing. the typical resources consumed was around 30MB of RAM.

The proof is within the playing, so we played some files, including MP3s, WMAs, and similar formats, and so sampled some online sources like Net radio and streaming files. Entering www.spotify.com returned a playlist stuffed with radio stations. We also tried the equalizer, which may tame unruly desktop speakers and proper other audio issues. We like GOM Audio and think it’d make an excellent all-in-one player for music lovers.