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December 8th, 1999

[8:30 AM] AMP Radio Is (Unofficially) Here
by Staff

Subband Software Inc. has made the unofficial release of their new application, AMP Radio. AMP Radio allows users to tune into the vast array of "Internet radio stations" with what the company says is the highest quality sound clarity. According to Subband:

Subband Software today announced its entry into the software world, with the unofficial premier of its first product, AMP Radio. Targeted at all Power Macintosh users with an internet connection, AMP Radio let's users quickly tune into the 750-2000 "Internet Radio Stations" playing at any time of day, using the Shoutcast and Icecast protocols.

Subband also released their first visual product, Entheogen, to complement AMP Radio. Entheogen provides music-synchronized eye candy for users to enjoy, much like the plugins of other MP3 players. Plugin developers are encouraged to take a look at Entheogen and consider writing plugins for it.

Amp Radio is available for US$10. You can find more information on Amp Radio and Entheogen at the Subband Software web site.

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