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English pages => Questions => Topic started by: Rocky on April 30, 2019, 21:57:46

Title: How to listen to radio stations?
Post by: Rocky on April 30, 2019, 21:57:46
I found i can add link to a radio station, I found too internet radio catalogs but i have to download and to add to list. Does AIMP have some plugin for radio stations where i can list directly and to add favorite or remove bad radio stations? Something similar as Winamp have.
If doesn't have (yet) are there some big Internet radio station playlist where I can download?
Title: Re: How to listen to radio stations?
Post by: sveakul on April 30, 2019, 23:20:50
I'm not entirely clear on what you're asking, but you can add any list of radio stations that are in m3u/m3u8/pls playlists just like any regular playlist (Playlist management button/Import Playlist).  Then you can remove entries to your heart's content, or add new URL's to the existing list.  If you're looking for pre-compiled m3u's a good place to start is on the Russian AIMP forum for radio stations here (plug into Google Translate): https://www.aimp.ru/forum/index.php?topic=22023.0 (https://www.aimp.ru/forum/index.php?topic=22023.0) .  There's a zillion downloadable playlists attached among these posts.  Be aware that stations can change or vanish without notice.
Title: Re: How to listen to radio stations?
Post by: banner on May 29, 2019, 13:49:21
omg, I have registered just to thank you for sharing this!
I've been looking for a free DI imported playlist since ages and I finally found a working one!!!
Thanks a lot!
Title: Re: How to listen to radio stations?
Post by: sveakul on May 29, 2019, 21:19:41
No problem!  It's amazing the amount of views and posts that thread gets, AIMP definitely has a LOT of Internet radio fans!  The DI stations are in my playlists too  :)
Title: Re: How to listen to radio stations?
Post by: oɹʇuʞ on May 29, 2019, 22:45:33
I've been looking for a free DI imported playlist since ages and I finally found a working one!!!

Hi there and welcome to the forum!

You should also try and support SomaFM (http://somafm.com/). It doesn't have as many channels as DI, but it's very much higher quality when curating music. :D