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Looking for tips and tricks on organizing your digital music library

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#1 vulturesrow


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Posted 13 February 2012 - 11:27 PM

Just looking to see how some of you organize your music library, what applications you use to assist, etc? I want to do something like have my iTunes library, and then the entire library in a separate location that I can actually move around, manipulate , etc with out iTunes bleeping itself and causing me spend an hour "fixing" everything. I use iTunes only for purchasing music and podcasts essentially; so anything beyond that is what I am still working out. I have a pretty well organized set of music right now (to prepare to upload my music to Google music) so Id like to get this right this time around. Thanks!!

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#2 tg1911


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Posted 14 February 2012 - 02:21 AM

In the My Music folder, I have folders named from A - Z.
In those folders I have folders named by band name.
Each artist has their own folder.

For a jukebox and managing my music, I use MediaMonkey.
I can pull up my music by Title, Artist, Album, Rating, Composer, Genre, Year, or Classification.
I also use it for tagging my music.
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