Hi fellow Mac peeps, (I haven't introduced myself but let's skip that). I gave up my search for a Foobar 2000 like music player for OS X.....until I found the source of Cog on Bitbucket. I have a Synology NAS with 1 shared music folder where all my music resides. So for OS X you have all these iTunes library importers in all those nifty (money costing) music players. That is not what I want. Neither do I want/need iTunes for playing my music. Also it does not play .FLAC. So strangely enough no one wants a panel with a music library that can be sorted/ordered by FOLDER ???? Well I do and found Cog for this purpose. Now what I did was enhance it. Cog play a lot of different audio format and even internet radio streams. So bullseye. Here are the features I added to my Cog 2015 version. - I build in a 10 Band Equalizer, with VUMeter and Clipping indicator. - Yosemite/El Capitan Dark theme/colors. - Volume slider reduced to 100% instead of 400% ( why was that 400%? I don't want to overload my Audio signal...). - Volume indication is now in dB (decibels) instead of percentage (%). - Meta info in tagged .WAV files is now displayed. This was not working before. - a MONO switch for those who need it. - Time remaining is now also displayed instead of only elapsed. - Some cosmetic changes in the toolbar buttons. I compiled it under 10.11 El Capitan DP1 with 10.6 SDK so it should run on 10.6 up till 10.11. For the Equalizer I used routines from this: https://github.com/bartolsthoorn/NVDSP You can download my Cog 2015 version here : http://www73.zippyshare.com/v/RPGxoiqJ/file.html Have fun with it, I do.