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MediaMonkey - for serious music collectors

review from Tiffany, Dec 2006, permalink _ Music Management


From Tiffany C.

I installed Media Monkey last nite and worked on it till 4 am. It's without a doubt the best program of its type I've seen, but I honestly feel it's a little too advanced for me. You can do so many things with it that I'm just not into, but as it tells you in the beginning, it's for "serious music collectors". I'm definitely a collector, but apparently I haven't reached the level of serious yet! LOL. But I can still use it, even if I don't use all of its many features.


Quote from the website

MediaMonkey is a music manager and jukebox for serious music collectors and iPod users. It catalogs your CDs, OGG, WMA, MPC, FLAC, APE, WAV and MP3 audio files. It offers an intelligent tag editor which looks up missing Album Art and track information via Freedb and the web, and an automated file and directory renamer to organize your music library. It includes a CD ripper, CD/DVD Burner, and audio converter for saving music, and manual or automated playlist editors for creating music mixes. Its player automatically adjusts volume levels so that you don't have continually fiddle with the volume control and supports hundreds of Winamp plug-ins and visualizations; or if you prefer, it can use Winamp as the default player. It also includes portable audio device synchronization that allows you to quickly synch tracks and playlists with iPods and other portable audio devices.