just a click away
By clicking Selector,
all your music appears. Click on any Genre
to hear just that music style or click
on multiple genres to increase the music
in the mix you’re creating.
Add any Artist or Album
also easily add specific Artists and
Albums to your mix by going back and forth
between the headings.
are set up as Tag Clouds with the Tag containing
the most music listed first and in the largest
font size. Tag sizes decrease as the content
of each genre decreases.
By rolling over each
Tag with your mouse the amount of songs contained
in each pops up.
Looking for an Artist to Play?
Easy Look up in the
The artist with the most
music in your library is listed first and in the
largest font size. Scroll down to see all the artists
in your music library.
Looking for an Album?
album with the most songs is listed first and then
all the way down to the album that you might only have
one song from. Rolling over each tag with your mouse
shows you the amount of songs contained in each tag.
Still want to do it the hard way?
Feel like old-skool typing?
in what you want to hear and quickly find a Genre,
Album or Artist. Delete what you typed or click the
X on the right to go back to showing all the tags.
Organize and save your mixes
on the fly
After you've clicked on different
genres, artist and albums in the selector to
create the mix you want to listen to you can
easily save your mixes for easy playback. Scroll
over the mix that's playing and you'll see the
Lab icon pop up on the left and the label icon
on the right. Click on the label or on the mix
name to save your current mix.
Label and Save Mix
the name of an existing mix? Added more music
to your mix and need to rename it? Just click
on the mix name and type in a new one. Bossa
will automatically overwrite the old mix name
and save the new one.
The Track Filter is set to automatically
show tags with 5 tracks or more. You can move the
slider to the left to show all tags or to the right
to show tags containing more tracks. This is an
easy way to filter out tags that hardly contain