Music is easily a part of our everyday life. In the car, at the house, at the office, or in the subway, you name it, you can hear music.
Over the past few years a lot has changed in how people listen to their music, and what devices they use to listen to it. Even though MP3 is one of the most commonly used sound format, some players may fail to play it. The issue has appeared because of the Apple products limited support for multimedia codecs and containers. In such cases in order to play MP3 files on your Mac, you'll need iTunes or a third party app to play MP3 on Mac.
It may be hard to believe sometimes, but iTunes is far from perfect. And if you run through macOS X Music Player features list, you'll forget about iTunes in no time at all.
Step 1. Download, install and open. Download Elmedia Universal Video Player from the App Store and open it.
Step 2. Add your music to the app.
You can add MP3 files to Elmedia one of the following ways:
3. Enjoy the versatility of MP3 player for Mac.
In addition to being able to play your MP3 files, Elmedia has a variety of settings. For example, virtual speakers for headphones that improves your headphone usage experience by making the sound similar to what you'll hear from loudspeakers, letting each ear hear both channels. Also a graphic equalizer with 10 carefully chosen frequencies is included, so you can shape your sound to your liking. Equalizer includes presets like Large Hall, Party, etc., or you can create your very own presets.
* Note that it is not just the music you can play, Elmedia supports lots and lots of other file types: FLV, XAP, RM and RV (Real), MOV, MP4, WMV, etc.