Setting up Winamp

Setup and configuration of Winamp for streaming to your online radio station – Stream to your listeners worldwide in minutes.

Among giants like iTunes and possibly VLC, Winamp is by far the most well-known media player. It was first introduced in 1997 and has been around ever since! Let’s take a look at what makes Winamp unique and how to configure it so that it broadcasts to your online radio station.

What makes Winamp stand out?

It’s been around since 1997 (that’s over 20 years!) and it’s still going strong. There have been some changes to how it looks and works over the years, but the core has remained the same. Since its inception, Winamp has been a media player and broadcasting tool.

if you’re running Windows, Winamp is definitely worth a try. The application is free, easy to use, and easy to configure with you for your radio By adding the SHOUTcast DSP plugin, you are able to manage your tracks into playlists, control your stream output with faders, and add effects to your stream while broadcasting to your online station

Getting Started

In spite of being a Windows-only program, Winamp works with most modern versions of Windows, including Windows XP (this operating system was discontinued in 2014). You will need the following to connect it to your radio station-:

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