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NGAP Radio

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*UPDATE* I've now adjusted the NGAP Radio to be compatible with the AP redesign. Some features will still only work if you download it, which you can do by visiting dissoluteproductions.com.

The official Newgrounds Audio Portal radio!
This gadget selects and plays random tracks from the audio portal, displaying information about the song and author. Add tracks to your favourites list, view your history list, change playback settings and even view the avatar of the artist! For a full list of features, and to download the NGAP Radio onto your computer, go to our web site.

This was developed to celebrate the upcoming changes to the audio portal, and was also intended to make it easier to track and manage your favourite songs, as there is currently no system on Newgrounds to do so. I hope it introduces you to a world of music you might not otherwise have found. I know it has for me...

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It needs...

...a genre selector. I'm getting nothing but techno and trance. It would be schweeeeeet if you chose, say, heavy metal for the genre and it played nothing but heavy metal stuffs.

Anyway, it's a very cool concept.


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Great game

Awesome game and check this song out!
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It's random


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radio

radio radio radiiiiiiiiiiiooo roadio..



Really good. :)

Track number 100617 is "Affections Across Time" from Inuyasha. :D



Genre Tab :(

everything is cool but, I wish it has a ''Genre Tab'' somewhere, I don't like it's mixed


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Score
4.27 / 5.00

Uploaded
Feb 1, 2007
9:08 AM EST
Genre
Gadgets - Musical
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