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I am looking for a music player, which would allow me to play multiple songs at once, simultaneously. Something like to have multiple playlists played at once. It is really uneffective to always find a song on youtube, have multiple tabs opened and each time one stops, to find and play another one.

Do you know of anything, that is close to it?

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Such a feature is called a playlist. It will automatically play the next song when the previous completed, and doesn't require extra tabs open. –  Forza Nov 9 '13 at 19:43
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Sorry, I might have not explained myself very well. I want to play MULTIPLE playlists at once. To listen to two, three, four songs at once, not in a succession. (An option to create youtube playlists played at once on multiple once is a working, but obtrusive option) –  Ev0oD Nov 9 '13 at 20:05
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kind of a bizarre thing to want to do, which is why your options may seem limited. –  Nicholas V. Nov 9 '13 at 20:12

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Why would you want to do that? If you really want to play multiple playlists at once; I know you can open multiple instances of VLC Media Player but be warned that your experience of the music playing might not be as good as when you listen to one song at a time..

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Thanks, this sounds like the thing I'd want to use. Reasons: Sometimes I like to combine emotions from more music sources. If I have an ambient, which uses low-pitched soundscapes and a techno, which focuses mainly on heavy unchanging repetitive beats and then fit a good classic or indie rock with high-pitched voices, this can end up in interesting music combinations. I like to experiment this way and also find new ideas for music. If only it'd be easier to match bpm. –  Ev0oD Nov 10 '13 at 9:28

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