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Ground Zero.

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WinAmp – An end of an era.

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WinAmp’s humble beginnings from this bloggers perspective.

The news of WinAmp has been sending shock-waves with their announcement of finally shutting down the program and closing the doors after 14 years on December 20th 2013 along with all sister media servers associated with it.¬† Throughout most of the older internet community and since I haven’t posted a blog update in a while I thought that I should give my views and insights about WinAmp since in a very strange way I had WinAmp even BEFORE I had a PC . I had a version of WinAmp Called “AmiAmp” for the Commodore Amiga computer which possessed a 68020 processor or better the first MP3 I ever got was on some french server on Lyon that had lots of anime p0rn, but for some reason they also had “The Cranberries – Salvation” in MP3 format on there. My Amiga 3000 with a 25Mhz 68030 processor was not strong enough to play the mp3 at 128kps sterio, I could only play it in mono with %100 CPU power.¬† When I eventually stopped drinking the kool-aid left the Amiga scene and got a PC I of course got Winamp right away.

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