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You can download a free copy of Audirvana Plus on your mobile device for macOS (iOS, Mac OS X). Audirvana is a software media player. Plus User Yes, I’ve now released the official Audirvana for Mac!! There is no manual for Audirvana but if you need explanation on specific part of Audirvana or settings like upsampling feel free to ask.

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Thread starter Dan Fuentes Start date Sep 16, Lohb Headphoneus Supremus. It puts all album artwork on a left column I like the previous version much better Default is the hard to see ‘dark blue mode’ and there is a ‘white mode’ at least Back to 3.

Last edited: Apr 30, Just bought it for my Mac. Can’t get it to truly synchronize with iTunes. Sure it can import everything, but it doesn’t update iTunes Play counts and last played dates which I care about. The legacy integration is supposed to do that, but after the first song, Audirvana plays one song, while iTunes shows a completely unrelated song is playing. Have to individually select each song that I want to play.

Support ignored most of my questions in their suggestion, which didn’t address any of the issues. The suggestion was not to use the legacy integration, which was the only reason I bought it. Can anyone find a manual? I can for 3, but my understanding is 3. PopZeus Headphoneus Supremus. Joined Jul 30, Posts 1, Likes 1, Yeah, after messing around with the new 3.

Most notably, it keeps crashing after every library update, and the interface has way too many bugs. For example, I like having metadata permanently open and the 3. You have to collapse the window then reopen it, just to get the selected track to display. I shouldn’t have to manually resize them every time I leave the main window.

Honestly, this feels like a beta release. On a more subjective point, I prefer having the artist, album, etc. And that preferences panel? It’s an organizational mess compared to the previous app’s mini-window. For all these supposed UI improvements, it seems like it’s mostly taking big leaps backwards on that front. One would think the bugs I mentioned in the last paragraph would be high priority, but who knows? There have been multiple bug fixes since 3. Documentation is non-existent, so I tried to register for the message boards and I’m still waiting for my activate user email from the admin.

Even if there are ways to fix my concerns within the app, it’s not making it easy for me to learn how. I do like the minimized version of the app window, with the large album art. And when offered the option for a darker theme, I usually opt for it.

Those are about the only positive things I can say about 3. Oh, and I guess sound-wise, I didn’t notice any hit to performance. Last edited: Jun 1, It’s a mess. No advance beta testers to iron out the bugs Solid as a rock. Only thing that puzzled me on 3. I asked for a refund because it didn’t do what it was advertised to do with iTunes integration and I was ignored, and still can’t post on the forums to try to get answers.

Very not cool. Found Bitperfect later which is all I really needed anyway. You must log in or register to reply here. Users who are viewing this thread. Total: 1 members: 0, guests: 1.


Audirvana Plus User Manual | PDF | I Tunes | Distortion – So, let’s get to the Interface.


This weekend I took the plunge and sought out the newest version of Audirvana , my preferred, nay, favorite audio playback software. I like my signals unadulterated by my signal path. My other major use is streaming to my Hifiberry equipped Raspberry Pis running Volumio.

I have two in the house, and Audirvana is a great solution for sending my playlists and library content to them, without having to use the less capable interface Volumio provides. Installation of the update went smoothly enough. I entered my registration key on the website and was given the new version. This immediately gave me pause, but what the hell, I figured, and clicked OK to start the process. As usual, Exclusive mode and Integer mode are there so your music gets the whole device.

I leave those off. Light Mode is almost pure white and probably not what you want in a dark listening room at night. Probably my favorite new addition is the inclusion of a mini window. If you shrink past a certain size, some of the buttons and text can get pushed outside the boundaries, though not always! The Library view is probably the most jarring change in the app. Gone is the familiar multi-columned browser with drop downs for narrowing your music selection to evermore specific criteria.

We have Album and Artists groupings now with nice visuals for both of them. The Tracks grouping shows every track in the library in a rather large list. You can select Genre or Artist or a number of other criteria to choose from. If I select more than 2 genres at a time it clears one of the other options. The ability to save Filter layouts would also be helpful. In theory, you should be able to save them as Smart Playlists, but those have been changed again as well.

After the update both of my Recent Additions playlists were empty and I had to recreate them. The language for the selection criteria in the Smart Playlist editor is a bit … confusing. Between could have a date range picker. Dates are hard, I get that, but this is another step back in functionality and clarity from the previous version. None of this is really unexpected with a completely new UI. But after all is said and done, this is still a fantastic sounding music player.

Playback is smooth and uninterrupted no matter what you throw at it. Yes, that includes Windows users for the first time. Leave a reply in the comments.

Happy listening! Curious about this one, but it all depends on how quick and slick the search feature works to narrow down search results. It also plays 5. It has stood the test of times under daily use. Thanks for your review Rob. I want to try this out, but still keep my music in iTunes, but make a copy to Audirvana. How can I go about this. I see nothing on their webpage about this and I read it all. So much of this is confusing to me, but I am reading and trying to learn.

No, that was poorly worded. No files were changed, moved or altered in the process, and iTunes remains in control of the library. I was able to maintain iTunes as the source of truth, importing and tagging files, and Audirvana just picks up the changes. Trying it out is easy and non-destructive. Skip to content But will I love 3. Please note that this is a non destructive process and in no way affects the iTunes library, your song files or their location on disk.

It merely builds a database for Audirvana to use. Thanks for mentioning that in the comments, Ella! The filters UI. The smart playlist editor. Previous post. Next post. Hi Ella, No, that was poorly worded.

Thanks for pointing that out! Put your words in the talk hole! Cancel reply.


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