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Old 01-14-06, 04:16 AM
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Recommendations on a good music (mp3, m4a, etc) management program, please!

I'm looking for a good program to manage my growing music collection. I tried i-tunes, but was not impressed as it plays some tracks on albums out of order. Does anyone have any suggestions for a good management/player program? Thanks.
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I've never used it myself, but a friend of mine swears by one called Orange. You want to give it a look-see.
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I've never used it myself, but a friend of mine swears by one called Orange. You want to give it a look-see.
Thanks for the post, but Orange seems to be a mobill phone based system, not for PCs.
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Originally Posted by Ziemas
I'm looking for a good program to manage my growing music collection. I tried i-tunes, but was not impressed as it plays some tracks on albums out of order. Does anyone have any suggestions for a good management/player program? Thanks.
huh? itunes will play any tracks in any order you desire... are you using Mac OS X?
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Originally Posted by linux_author
huh? itunes will play any tracks in any order you desire... are you using Mac OS X?
No, I'm using Windows XP. Some albums it plays in the correct order, some by time or alphabeticly.
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Ok....I had to look it up. It is a PC program, not the cell phone stuff.

OranceCD
http://www.firetongue.com/


While trying to look it up....I came across:

Mood Logic (CNet rated best music organizer 2003)
http://www.moodlogic.com/

Search Results on C/Net Download with dozens to check out
http://www.download.com/3120-20_4-0....&search=+Go%21
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I use two on my XP system, Musicmatch is my favorite, you can download a free version, or upgrade for a full feature one. I also use Yahoomusic, also free, and it's pretty good. I got the Yahoo so I can download from their service, $5 per month for unlimited downloads (some limits).
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Originally Posted by KingTermite
Ok....I had to look it up. It is a PC program, not the cell phone stuff.

OranceCD
http://www.firetongue.com/


While trying to look it up....I came across:

Mood Logic (CNet rated best music organizer 2003)
http://www.moodlogic.com/

Search Results on C/Net Download with dozens to check out
http://www.download.com/3120-20_4-0....&search=+Go%21
Cool. Thanks for the links.
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