Create beautiful, fully responsive audio playlists.
Super great plugin
Very good plugin, plays almost every audio file and external url. Although I tested using a soundcloud url to see if it plays and it doesn't :(. Is there anything I can do for it to work?
Lovely player to set up and use, but unless I'm missing something obvious there seems to be no volume control, which changes my review to 4 instead of 5 stars.
No volume control on such a nice music player? Why?
This is the nicest and easy to set up audio player plugin I tried so far. Playlists and links to external url also work like a charm. Thank you for offering that for free!
This audio plugin is simply amazing. Look no further. This plugin works every single time and adds to product with a simple short code in the product description. I am using it with Easy Digital Downloads, and it is flawless. Brady offered timely, excellent support and fixed an issue for me in my application setting that worked perfectly. (He moved the play button off the product image, and I would highly recommend that be a feature or option in the future). Make sure to use the feature where the product image becomes the background for the player. It adds a stunning effect that is unparalleled. Great job on this plugin. Thank you!
Such a beautiful plugin. Works like a charm and so easy to create audio playlists.
Really the best plugin for playing audio! Thank you!
After 3 days of Googling and HUNTING for a WordPress player plugin meant for a MUSIC ARTIST's website, I found this little gem!!! There's really only one other player that matches this one in terms of features (http://wpwolf.com/plugin/wolf-jplayer/).. Mostly Cue and the Wolf player stackup feature for feature pretty evenly. Both have very nice looking UI's and support multiple playlists. There are a few exceptions though.
Cue lacks a few controls on the admin and the player itself that tehe Wolf plugin has. Would be nice if there were at least admin settings to control things like if a playlist should automatically play or to control whether or not the player repeats play when it reaches the end of a playlist.
A volume control would also be nice, but it's not a "need to have" feature in my humble opinion..
Ultimately I chose Cue for the site I am working on over the Wolf player for a few reasons..
1. I liked the way it looked.. (vain?? YES, but that's REALLY what it came down to..) The way Cue makes the song's associated image the background for the top part of the player was well.. kinda cool.. At least I thought so **giggle**..
2. Being able to drag and drop all my tracks at ONCE from the media library to create playlists was pretty neat..
I only wish that the player didn't use a scroll bar when the number of tracks exceeds 4 or 5 tracks. It would be nice if it expanded automatically to the length of the track list..
One nice feature that the Wolf player has that Cue doesn't is the ability to link each track to iTunes, Amazon or any site where the track can be purchased (CD Baby..).. Though this is a are nice feature for another musician's site, the site I needed a player for won't be selling downloads on iTunes, Amazon, or CD Baby EVER!! So Cue wins in my book..
Bravo to the developers.. this is very well done..
I found this plugin did everything I needed it to. I appreciate theme developers breaking features like this out of their themes. Thanks!
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