- The Player
- The Library
The transport features playback, track navigation, and volume control.
The volume knob is controlled by moving the mouse along a vertical or horizontal axis (specified in Preferences > General).
The Dim button lowers the audio by 20dB.
The Mute button mutes the audio.
The buttons to the far left are Shuffle and Repeat. Click Repeat once to repeat the song, and click it twice to repeat the playlist.
Waveform, Meter & Song Info
The section in the upper left portion of the Player features the song waveform, meter, artist name, song name.
This section also features the elapsed or remaining time of a track. Click on the elapsed time to toggle between counting up or down.
File details are located in the upper right corner of the Player. This section features information on track length, file type, and file size.
The bottom portion of the Player is the effect rack. The Player has the capability to host three Audio Units plug-ins simultaneously.
To view the effect interface, click on the effect name.
To add/remove an effect, click on the triangle and navigate the contextual menu.
To disable an effect, click on the power button to the left of the effect.
To access the Library, Select Window > Library.
The Playlist Selection panel is on the left side of the Library window. The Fidelia Library and the iTunes Library are automatically made available here.
Notice: the iTunes Library and subsequent playlists display a lock symbol, meaning they are not editable within Fidelia, as opposed to the Fidelia Library and Fidelia Playlists, which are completely configurable.
The bottom of the Playlist Selection panel displays three buttons (ordered from left to right):
- Create New Playlist
- Shuffle Tracks
- Repeat, which has three modes: Off, Repeat All, and Repeat Current Song.
The Track List displays all the songs in the current selected library/playlist.
Columns can be hidden or revealed using the View menu. Choose as many or as few columns as you wish to display from the list.
Once viewable, a column can also be reordered. Simply click the column name and drag horizontally to desired position.
The Search Field in the upper right corner searches for artists, albums, composers, and song names.
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