Musicnizer 10

  • Organiser votre musique
  • CD audio, fichiers audio, vinyls
  • Créer et imprimer des rapports
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Organize your music collection, create a music catalog

Are you into music? If so, no doubt that you have lots of albums in various forms of media in your collection. Controlling such amount of audio material and finding information that you need right now can be quite a challenge. Musicnizer is a tool created by music lovers for music lovers, which means that it can handle music management in an easy and intuitive way.

Any music collector quite naturally wants to be competent. The music organizer provides you with all information you'll ever need about your audio collection. Simply add your music albums to the program using the most convenient method, and comprehensive reviews with information about artists will be automatically downloaded from the online music database of your choice. Having all your albums added, you will discover how easily they can be sorted and searched. Navigate through your music collection using clickable titles in the "encyclopedia style". Use personal rating, comments and custom fields to note how good this or that album is, so that you do not need to guess about this in the future. Musicnizer will help you to create an illustrated and fully-featured audio collection catalogue.

The loan manager feature will keep you aware of where some particular CD is located or who has borrowed it for a few days. Simple controls will enable you to mark the album as "Wanted", "In collection", "For sale", etc. Reports and statistics will help you to share information about your music library.

One of the special features of Musicnizer is the ability to create an illustrated music catalogue for Dune media players. This raises your music listening experience to an entirely new level. The quality of sound playback on Dune players is enhanced with album covers and other information shown on your TV set. Let music become one of the brightest parts of your life with Musicnizer!

Using the program, you can:

  • Create an illustrated music collection catalog.
  • Find reviews, covers, other information about albums.
  • Get full discography and biography of a particular artist.
  • Use various online music databases to retrieve information in your language.
  • Choose what information should be downloaded (optimize download time and traffic).
  • Keep information about different editions of the same album.
  • Sort your music albums by the various attributes: genre, year, studio, etc.
  • Customize the content (reviews, pictures, biographies, comments, rating) of each page.
  • Keep track of where some particular album CD is located (shelf, rack, bedroom).
  • Easily pick an album to listen to again or to sell/buy using your flags and remarks.
  • Add an album to your music collection by scanning its barcode using a webcam.
  • Play back your music with the internal or with your favorite external player.
  • Search the media library with the advanced search engine or with the Quick Search feature.
  • Export and share your data with user-friendly reports.
  • Always remember who has borrowed your CDs using Loan Manager.
  • Use Custom Fields and Lists to create new sorting categories.
  • Process groups of albums at once.
  • Customize your collection list's appearance.
  • Easily import your music collection database from other music organizer programs.
  • Use Statistics and Reports to get a better overview of your music library.
  • Use different user interface scripts and information download scripts. Automatically update them for ultimate information accuracy.


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