Dub Music Player is a free Android music player with the option to save custom presets for songs. You have to use the app’s in-built equalizer for saving your custom presets. Apart from this cool feature, the app comes pre-loaded with 5 bands equalizer, 9 predefined presets, visualizer, bass boost, media controls, lock screen widget, home screen widget, and all other commonly found features in Android music player apps.
If I talk about the interface, then this app has a really unique interface which gives you a feel of using a traditional physical MP3 player (see 2nd screenshot). All the keys and controls of the app are designed with resemblance to physical MP3 player. The other good feature of this Android music player is that it lets you browse your music folders from within the app.
Using Android Music Player with Option to Save Custom Presets:
On launching the Dub Music Player, you will have to wait for a few moments so that it can load all your music collection. The time may vary depending upon the number of songs in your collection, I have 925 songs so it took about 8-10 seconds for me. When the songs get loaded, you will see the interface shown in the screenshot below.
You can see that the interface completely resembles to that of some physical MP3 player. The top section displaying visualizer is like the screen of MP3 player while the bottom section has controls like physical buttons to control music playback.
The big circular button at center is for adjusting volume of the song. Move it clockwise to increase the volume and anti-clockwise for decreasing the volume. The three controls at extreme bottom are for play/pause, and next/previous song.
The main 4 controls are around the volume control button. These controls are (clockwise from left): List, Equalizer, Loop Playback, and Shuffle.
- List: It displays a list of all songs on your device. You can choose to view songs list on the basis of song name, artists, albums, playlists, folders, and genres.
- Equalizer: Use this option to set presets for songs as per your preference. It has 9 predefined sets while you can also save custom presets. To save custom presets, you only have to adjust bands of the equalizer as per your choice and then tap on Save Preset option. The equalizer also has the option for controlling Bass Boost and Virtualizer.
- Loop Playback: Use this option to play songs in a loop.
- Shuffle: Use it to play songs randomly by shuffling them.
Further, the Dub Music Player offers settings option to make a little more changes to the way app works by default. The options are headset controls, use system fonts, filter songs, library tab order, etc..
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Dub Music Player is a good Android music player when it comes to interface and equalizer controls. I liked it, but it has one drawback which was really shocking for me to find. This music player app doesn’t have any search option to go to a particular song which was a big turn off for me as I have 925 songs on my device.
So if you are comfortable with this big lack of option, then you can go for it. Ignoring this issue, its a great music player to have.