We love listening to great music. Great music keeps our nerves calm, our brain fully awaken and stimulates our soul. No matter how far we’ve come in the journey of evolution we still crave for great music that resonates with our hearts, and will for sure even hundred years from now on.
iTunes allows you to quickly create a playlist which you can create either manually by selecting files from your library or alternatively a smart playlist based on certain criteria. However, one lesser known feature is creating playlists from a folder on your hard drive. Creating a playlist from a folder is a simple two step process.
Got your whole pile of CDs lying around and worried of losing the music due to CDs getting scratched? Then, it’s about time you converted them into MP3 format and store them safely on your hard disk… or even multiple copies across several hard disks.
I learnt to play the piano when I was eight and the journey continued until the age of 13, when other priorities took over. Since then I’ve dabbled my way around a keyboard never really taking it up seriously. Hmmm…
Your music collection is growing and growing fast and after sometime you realize it is totally unmanageable. If you’re as particular at me, you’d like your music neatly tagged the files properly named and arranged, then this is one tool worth using. MediaMonkey is a music manager and jukebox for serious music collectors and iPod users.
I’m very picky about how I play my music and videos and have several different media players installed that fulfil different purposes. One such player is jetAudio Basic which is my primary player for playing folders or playlists. jetAudio comes in a free Basic version and a paid Plus version.