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Play each track in playlist starting at user-set seconds from end

For macOS 10.10 and later only. Play through each track in a playlist by a set number of seconds (:05 - :60) from the end. Additionally, wait a set number of seconds between each track; when engaged, begins playing from the first track or the first selected track in the playlist.

For best results clear the Up Next list before engaging.

Also see Needle Drop.

Action shot:

Audition End in action

Plays the last :15 of each track the playlist, waits :03 between each.

Latest version:

  • March 18, 2018
  • Minor maintenance
  • Adds notification reminder to clear Up Next queue before engaging

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