So you love to listen to music and you have thousands of songs in your library, but how do you organize your music? You don’t want to labor for hours looking for artists, albums, and covers so here are the top 5 program that will help you organize your music with minimal effort.
MediaMonkey music organizer will help you organizes your music as well and having an integrated CD and DVD burning system. It has an impressive interface, a digital encoder and the ability to sync with portable audio devices such as an iPod. This music organizer scans your drive for supported digital media files to add to your library. Your music is organized by their ID3 tags and it has a helpful Auto-Rename and Auto-Tag filename features that keep your untagged music from falling through the cracks. This music organizer also has a “Party” and “Auto Dj” mode to shuffle your favorite music. MediaMonkey is definitely geared towards managing large connections of your music files and for $20 it does an excellent job of doing so.
MediaMan music organizer provides an innovative way to organize your music, books, and movies all in one. MediaMan has an easy click-and-drag interface making it easy for any user. For your media collection all you have to do is enter an item’s name, bar code or keyword for its image, title, year, and other production information to be automatically downloaded, saving you time. Your books, movies and music are automatically placed into their own categories that are easily edited and searched. MediaMan comes with a 30-day trial and can be purchased for $39.95, making this a great option to organize your music and more without a commitment.
This music organizer is great for all sorts of music collections from audio CDs, DVDs, vinyl discs and other advanced audio files like MP3, M4A, FLAC and APE. Musicnizer will scan your collection and identify each audio file and create a music catalog with information for every album and artist. This music organizer can also download album art, track list, genre, year, label, album review and other key details. This is a great music organizer for those who have a more complex variety of audio files. It even supports barcode scanners off your album boxes and will give you a full discography of each of your artists including bios and photos. This music organizer can even generate reports to help you export or print information about your music collection. It also has a loaning manager for those people who give their CD’s to friends. Musicnizer offers a free trial of a 20 album limit and can be purchased for $39.95. If you want to organize your music, its a small price to pay.
SongBird is part music player part web browser all in one. This music organizer is all about musical discovery, management and playback for everyday use. SongBird has quick and easy installation and can process 5,000 songs around 3 minutes. A sidebar provides bookmarks, downloads, and music discovery websites, also allowing you to preview and purchase a track from Amazon and iTunes. This is a great program for people who also want to add to their music collection as well as organize it. The best part is this software is available at no cost! Now you can organize your music for free.
TuneUp is a plug-in for iTunes and Windows users to help analyze, clean, and correct track tags in a fraction of the time then it would to do them manually. TuneUp also has a unique feature where you can search local concert listings of your favorite bands from StubHub from your music library. It also has a “clean” tool to fix all of your mislabeled songs and album artwork. They also have a “now playing” section which offers music videos for your current playing artist. There is a trial version that cleans 500 albums and 50 cover art or an unlimited version for $19.95.
These five programs will help you organize your music in no time with little to no cost. If you do not feel like organizing your music on your own, then click here to find a professional organizer in you city. We only hire the best.