app for music organization

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  1. dkb43

    dkb43 New Member
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    I would appreciate any suggestions that you might have for music .. . an iTunes alternative . . . .
     

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  2. AlexNC

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    i use mp3tag to maintain my tags
     
  3. Stupifier

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    iTunes blows.....stop using it. Only reason people use it is because they are forced by any individual apple product.

    Great No BLOAT Media Players:
    -Winamp
    -MediaMonkey
    -Foobar

    And if you are looking just to organize music and ID3 tag editing:
    -Tag & Rename (been using this for over 8 years now....fantastic)
    -mp3tag
     
  4. gabbott

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    mp3tag and subsonic, with that solution never have to have a sync solution for your phone. Transcode, Stream, and save music to the phone on the fly.
     
  5. Jore

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    Do any of these apps keep the music synching with your devices? Kind of like google music. I'm starting to get annoyed with Google Music. Many of the MP3's I download will not upload to Google Music because of errors but these same files play just fine on my PC or if I download directly to my device.

    I always like to download the files to my PC which will then synch to my devices but am finding it doesn't always work now. Also will Media Monkey allow me to download certain playlists on my phone so I don't have to stream them?
     
  6. chanchan05

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    WinAMP syncs to your devices, and can do it wirelessly.
     
  7. saptech

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    I'll have to check this out. It even have a Linux desktop client.
     

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