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Dopamine Music Player Free Download For Windows 2.0.9

May 16,2019 - Digimezzo (Free)

30.4 MB (Safe & Secure)

Dopamine music player is a lightweight piece of audio player software that allows you to play music from your local disk drive and find albums, artists or track that you want to listen to seamlessly.

While selecting a music player is usually a personal choice, there are some features no app in this category can do without. From helping you organize your playlists to finding the track you want without too much effort, some options should not miss from an app in this category.

Dopamine Music Player For Windows Free Download

“Music expresses that which cannot be said and on which it is impossible to be silent.” ― Victor Hugo

How To Uninstall Dopamine App?


Method 1: Unintall app Manually

  1. Hover your mouse to taskbar at the bottom of your Windows desktop
  2. Then click the “Start” button / Windows logo
  3. Choose the “Control Panel” option
  4. Click the Add or Remove Programs icon.
  5. Select “Dopamine” from apps that displayed, then click “Remove/Uninstall.”
  6. Complete the Uninstall process by clicking on “YES” button.
  7. Finished! Now, your Windows operating system is clean from Dopamine app.

Method 2: Uninstalling apps From Windows Store

Step 1: Find the Dopamine app

  • For any apps you don’t want or need, you can remove them to save a bit of space on your PC. To get to the app, click on the Start Button.
  • Next, find the app you wish to remove.

Step 2: Removing Dopamine from Windows Store

  • Right click on the app and click Uninstall.
  • One last box will appear – click Uninstall again.

Includes a sleek and stylish interface

The utility comes with an appealing interface that displays a list of songs, albums, genres, artists, and playlists in alphabetical order. Therefore, if you want to listen to a song you have in your head, but you can only remember the name or artist vaguely, you can find the track by searching the lists at the corresponding letter.

While most of the UI is dedicated to music organization, the player is located in the lower section of the screen and comes with the basic play, forward, backward, pause, loop and stop options. It is necessary to mention that you can minimize the interface so that you can only view the track that is currently playing.

Song Collection

Smart Playlist

Smart Playlist is a new feature of Dopamine 2.0 to create playlists based on criteria that you specify. Go to Playlists > New Playlist > Smart playlist to create a new smart playlist in the program.

Select one or multiple criteria for the playlist, e.g. a rating of at least four stars, the genre Heavy Metal, the year 1984, to have Dopamine create a playlist based on those criteria.

Dopamine Music Player Playlist

Use as few or as many criteria that you want in the Smart Playlist creation window. All that is left then is to select the song limit for the playlist and decide whether the songs need to meet all or any one criteria.

Smart Playlists are not dynamic at this point in time and it is not clear whether that feature will be added to the function later on. Dynamic would simply create a new playlist based on the selected criteria on user request or even automatically depending on settings.

The folder browser is just that: an option to browse all folders that you have added to the program. It offers another option to browse the music collection from within the application’s interface.

Dopamine 2.0 supports most of the features of previous versions of the music player already. You can use it to fetch lyrics from the Internet, for instance, to display them while music plays.

Tip: check out music player alternatives such as AIMP, MusicBee or one of these.

Enables quick search, but it could use more features

The highlight of the application stems from the multiple methods it displays the data. In fact, it includes a separate tab for all metadata information, a feature that can come in handy when you are searching for a particular artist or song.

On the other hand, the application could use a few editing options that would permit you to equalize the sound, CD ripping for the basic video formats or have plugin support. In addition, it would be nice if the program permitted you to synchronize your music with your mobile device, let you subscribe to podcasts or find and download new artists, albums and music.

System Requirements

Operating System Windows XP, Vista, 7, 8, 10

Dopamine Music Player FAQs

Why did you create Dopamine?

There are a lot of audio players out there. Most of them have much more features and are much more configurable than Dopamine. But that is exactly what bothered me: I want to listen to music, not spend time configuring my music player. So, Dopamine has one simple purpose: fire it up and play in and easy, clear and beautiful way.

What does “Dopamine” mean?

Dopamine” is a chemical in your body which transmits signals in the parts of your brain that are related to rewards, motivation and pleasure. Whenever you perform some activity that makes you feel good, that’s Dopamine being released in some parts of your brain. When you listen to music you enjoy and it makes you feel good: that’s

Why are some of my songs not grouped in one album?

First, you must understand this: once audio files have been extracted from a record or CD, there exists no such thing as a Album anymore. You just have a bunch of loose audio files, containing correct or incorrect metadata (also called tags) about where these files were extracted from. As a result of this, software audio players need to use some artificial way to define which audio files belong to a same album. The correctness of the metadata influences how software audio players succeed in that task.

We’ll take a closer look at 3 of these metadata tags: ArtistAlbum artist and Album title.

An audio file has 2 artist tags: Artist and Album artist.

  • Artist = the artist who performs the song
  • Album artist = the common artist for the whole album

For albums where all the songs are from the same artist, these 2 tags will contain the same value: the artist who performs the song. For albums containing songs from multiple artists (also called compilation albums), the value in these 2 tags can be different.

Furthermore, a song also has a tag Album title, which is the title of the album.

Dopamine organizes albums based on a song’s Album title and Album artist. All songs which have a same Album title AND a same Album artist, are considered to be part of the same album: they will appear under the same cover in the Albums views in Dopamine.

People are confused by compilation albums. From lots of e-mails I received, I’ve come to the conclusion that most audio files from compilation albums are incorrectly tagged. Most of them have an incorrect value in the tag Album artist, namely: the artist who performs the song. In such case, Dopamine considers these songs as part of a different album.

To resolve this, tag your files correctly:

  • Artist = the artist who performs the song
  • Album artist = some common artist name (e.g. “Various artists”)

You can use Dopamine’s built-in tag editor to correct this.

Where are the log files?

Log files are stored in your user directory, in this folder: %appdata%\Dopamine\Log. Copy and paste this in Windows Explorer and the folder containing the log files will be opened. If you press the keyboard shortcut [CTRL]+[L] when inside Dopamine, the folder containing the log files also opens. When you report an issue to me, always include the log file, as I can’t see what is happening on your computer.

Why wasn’t my suggestion accepted?

I’m open to all suggestions and I’m grateful for all the help I’m getting. A lot of suggestions are very constructive and useful and have been added to Dopamine at some point, or are planned to be added later. Unfortunately, not every suggestion fits in the idea that I have for Dopamine. So some of them will be refused.

Thanks for understanding that.

Dopamine Music Player Older Versions]

Version Name Size Download
Dopamine 2.0.5 (Release) 33.5 MB Download


Technical Specification

Software Name Dopamine Music Player Software For Windows V 2.0.8
File Size 33.7 MB
Languages English, Italian, French, Spanish, Polish, Chinese, German, Japanese
License Free
Developer Digimezzo


The preview of Dopamine 2.0 provided an improved experience when compared to the previous version. The interface changes are light and not just made for the sake of making changes to new program versions.

The Dopamine music player is far from a full-featured audio player, the application really shines when it comes to appearance and simplicity. Therefore, if you are looking for an unsophisticated tool to listen to music you stored on your computer, then Dopamine might be worth a try.



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