The old school media player

100% free software
Audiostation is an old school media player that can be installed on Windows systems. The program can play all common audio files like (*.mp3, *.wav, etc). It has a record function and has all the elements to play all the music you want to play.

You can download Audiostation from this website or visit the Audiostation Sourceforge or Softpedia page.
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Application Initialization

The first time you run Audiostation, this is what you will see. It will only take 1/2 minutes.

MP3 Player

The program supports a wide range of audio files. MP3 is one of the most played files types.

MIDI Player

What would a old school media player be if you could not play MIDI files.


Audiostation has build-in animations for the mp3 player, floppy drive and CD player. Download Audiostation and explore all the animation features.
VU Meters
The program shows you the current VU level output, of the MP3 player and Midi player, it also shows the master output level and you can adjust various sound levels.
You can change the volume or the level balance of various audio output channels in the program, this way you can get the audio output you preffer, you can even change the master output level from the program.
Spectrum Analyser
Audiostation has a build-in spectrum analyser so you can see the audio level per hertz audio channel, you can change the hertz audio levels in the media player property dialog.

Getting Started

Read the documentation
Here you can download the current version of Audiostation with all it's functions and features. If you are a developer and you want to know more about how this application is made click on the I'm a developer button and you will be send to a page where everything will be explained.
Contribute to the project
First, thank you for being interested in contributing to Audiostation. This audioplayer is a free, open source project driven by it's original author – Alex van den Berg. As such, your contributions are greatly welcome.
Translate Audiostation
This is certainly the best way to help. By contributing a new translation or completing/improving an existing one, you're helping to make Audiostation available to even more people than today.
Windows Installer
file extension zip Default Installation (21 MB) (Recommended)
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Release notes
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Version 2.2 Build: 2021 (Current Version)
FixFixed issue with playing *.wma files
FixFixed issue with playing CD's
AddedChanged font of various buttons
AddedAdded beter audio support for wma, mp3, wav, etc.

Version 2.1 Build: 2021
FixFixed issue with virus alert after installing application

Version 2.0 Build: 2020
AddedAdded spectrum analyzer to the mixer section
ChangeChanged the mixing sliders for new graphical sliders
AddedAdded new and beter *.sid player to the program
ChangeAdded beter playback for old Sibra-Soft Beep Symphony files
ChangeRemoved the Windows Media Player dependencies
AddedAdded check for updates option
ChangeAdded beter audio recording functionality
ChangeChanged the settings dialog of the dat player, you can only select a recording device

Version 1.9 - Build: 2019
AddedAdded applications options menu
AddedAdded audio playback options menu
AddedAdded commondialog (file selection dialog) to the playlist dialog
AddedAdded total duration indication to the playlist dialog
AddedAdded option to switch from time remaining to time elapsed
AddedAdded option for adding directories to the playlist
ChangeChanged the way of adding files to the playlist
ChangeSave the playlist in multiple playlist formats
ChangeImproved midi player, no more division by zero errors
FixFixed issue with audiostation specific music file icons
AddedAdded application menu
AddedAdded latest version of VirtualMidiSync
AddedAdded check for update option
FixSome small minor bug fixes
Version 1.8 - Build: 2018
AddedTurn off Audiostation sections
ChangeBetter midi playback functions and included Virtual MIDI Synth installation
AddedSections can be disabled
FixInstallation setup file is now smaller
FixMidi settings dialog issue solved
ChangeApplication icons are added to a dll file
FixFile association issue in Windows 10 fixed
Version 1.7 - Build: 2017
AddedNew playlist dialog
AddedNew initialisation process
AddedCD-Rom animation
AddedSupports new file types: *.ra, *.rm, *.act, *.caf, *.w64,*.ogg, *.amo, *.voc
FixNo CD-Rom message error issue solved
ChangeImproved performance
AddedAdded search function to create playlist dialog
FixRecording device settings issue solved
Version 1.6 - Build: 2016
AddedTrack repeat function
AddedRandom shuffle function
AddedWith originale Creative Labs sample files (reggae.mid, jaz.mid, etc)
AddedSupport for multiple platlists (.wpl, .pls, .m3u, etc)
ChangeNew folder structure in playlist creation dialog
AddedSupport for Commodore64 sound files (*.sid)
ChangeNew VU led indicators
AddedOption to search for tracks when creating a playlist
Version 1.5 - Build: 2016
FixSave settings issue is resolved
AddedThe record function is fully functional
ChangeSettings are saved in the registry and not in a *.ini file
Version 1.4 - Build: 2016
AddedSupport for the old Sibra-Soft Beep Symphony format
AddedSound record function
ChangeSome form layouts have been changed
AddedAbout dialog has been added to the program
AddedNew program icons have been made
AddedIntergration of the capture driver for recording speaker sound
AddedSupport added for (*.ra, *.cda) files

Meet the developer

Alex van den Berg

Hi, i'm Alex the developer and creator of the audiostation program. Thanks for your interest in one of my projects. If you have any questions or ideas feel free to contact me.

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