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Download of the Day: MediaMonkey 4.0.3.1466 Beta

MediaMonkey is a music manager and jukebox for serious music collectors and iPod users.

| Software News | Posted: Jan 30, 2012 1:21 pm

Our Download of the Day is MediaMonkey 4.0.3.1466 Beta.

 

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.

 

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Organize music and edit tags in your audio library with a powerful, intuitive interface

Automatically lookup and tag Album Art and other metadata

Manage 50,000+ files in your music collection without bogging down

Play MP3s and other audio formats, and never again worry about varying volume

Record CDs into OGG, MP3, FLAC and WMA files

Convert MP3s, OGG, FLAC and WMA files into other formats with the Audio Converter

Create playlists and music mixes quickly and easily to suit any occasion

Synchronize with iPods / MP3 players effortlessly and convert tracks on-the-fly

Download audio content using the new integrated Podcatcher.

Use MediaMonkey for Parties or other public places with Party Mode

Create Statistics and other Reports of your music collection as Excel, html, or xml files.

Customize MediaMonkey with Skins, visualizations, plug-ins and scripts to make it do what you want it to.

 

Plus much more...

 

You can download MediaMonkey 4.0.3.1466 Beta, here.

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