Audiowave groups your media into separate tabs by Songs, Podcasts, or Audiobooks. Songs can be stored anywhere, Podcasts should be in a folder(s) on any drive containing ‘Podcasts’ eg (E/F):/Podcasts/ or (E/ F):/Media/Podcasts/ etc, Audiobooks should be in the Audiobooks folder (s), eg (E/F):/Audiobooks/ or (E/F):/ Media/Audiobooks/ etc. You can even have as many Podcast/Audiobook folders as you like, on the mass memory and the memory card, as long as the path contains ‘Podcast’ or ‘Audiobooks’ it doesn’t matter.
I chose not to go down the metadata ID3 tag root as a lot of older songs don’t seem to have them, instead I chose to list them via the folder / song method. This seems to work well as you can easily find opda.ir what you’re looking for, instead of having to hunt around because the tags are incorrect. Saying that, the ID3 tags are available if you scroll to the right of the current tabs table.
Nice features you’ll probably never realise Audiowave contains are it will NEVER repeat the same song/podcast/ audiobook until ALL media of the current playing type has been played. Plus the sleep function fades out in the last 30 seconds, so you won’t get jolted awake by the music just cutting off!!
PLEASE NOTE: the software Audiowave was developed in (Qt C++) does not currently allow the volume to be adjusted with the hardware buttons, you need to use the Volume Slider on the screen. Apparently the Qt developers are fixing this in a later release.
Audiowave works on the Nokia C6, C7 Astound, C7, N8, Oro, X7, and the E7.