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Old 08-18-2007, 08:47 PM   #11
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im trying it now, im not having much luck though.

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i did find an amazing program called mediamonkey though

http://www.download.com/3000-2141_4-10651290.html

*its free *
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I"ve tried a lot of those programs and the only complaint i have is that they base file folder names off of the song file name (and it might be incorrect or not all files are consistent.) or it bases it off the the ID3 tag and it might not be filled out or filled out wrong... i did all my music by hand after i had a program mess it all up. I have +40,000 MP3'* for my DJ biz... it took me about a month of evenings after work!!!
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so what do you use Darrel ?
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Old 08-18-2007, 11:33 PM   #14
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I've used Media Monkey and had the best results for free that way, but it still wasn't totally great because it based the folders off of the songs file name.

for instance, insted of just having an Eminem folder I now have about 10 Eminem Feat. whats his name folders because the file name was "eminem feat. whats his name". I honestly went though after Media monkey did its thing and hand sorted all my MP3'*. Opened up windows explorer and started draging and droping...
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So are you saying that you currently don't use software to organize your mp3'*.

btw Mediasource does not move your music. They are left where they were put, the orgaization is only in how its represented in the interface/sofware. Perhaps you might look at it (on a differnt pc than where you have that motherload of mp3'* LOL)
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Ah ok. I have to have them organized in the respect of where the file is stored for my DJ software. Although i will keep that program in mind if i ever come across a need for something of that nature...
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i'm so glad someone brought this up, i really didn't want to go through all my mp3s and change each file manually.
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