“Taghycardia” mass adds or removes cover images to/from your music files automatically [Reader Contributed Post]

I would like to draw attention to a low-profile Windows utility called “Taghycardia”, the purpose of which, according to its site, is “to make sure your music albums would be fully accessible on your iPhone/Windows Phone or other “tag-sorting portable media players”. The author is also positioning it as a “tagging utility for the lazy”.

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How to convert STEREO audio files to MONO in batch, using free software

Typically, to convert stereo to mono, I would load up the audio files, one by one, into my favorite free audio editor (Audacity), and take it from there. But the obvious problem with this approach when you need to transform multiple files is that it can be very time consuming. Instead, I needed to find

NeatMP3 – Free Music Organizer for Windows and Mac OS X [Reader Contributed Post]

NeatMP3 is a free music organizer that offers advanced organizing and tag editing features. NeatMP3 allows you to easily select all the unorganized audio files from your local drive, edit their tags and move them to a new location of your choosing where they will be organized and renamed according to your settings. And all

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Free Giveaway: AudioGrail, a comprehensive audio file toolbox

Another week, another great giveaway. This time around it’s AudioGrail, a complete, all-in-one toolkit for working with audio files. The nice people at KSoft are making the complete, full version of this program available free of charge for 3 days, from Jun 5rd until end of day on June 7th. AudioGrail can organize your MP3s,

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Organize and update your videos, songs, books, games, and programs with myCollections

myCollections is a tool to organize and access your media library that stresses visual organization paired with tag reference. It’s totally free to download and use and can handle a number of different kinds of media. The average person that owns a computer has at least one or two movies, games and who knows how

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Play and organize your music on Android with MixZing Media Player

MixZing Media Player is a great application for Android OS 1.5 or higher, that will allow you to manage, play, and otherwise interact with your music, video, and playlist files on your Android device. It is free to download and use, and has tons of useful features, such as audio tag editing, acoustic fingerprint identification

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Organize your multimedia with Banshee

Banshee is an open source freeware multimedia manager that will help you organize and centralize your media. It is loaded with tons of options for sorting, organizing and playing your music and video files, and even has a nifty ‘favorites’ feature that tracks what files you play most often and remembers them for use in

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Useful functions for your right click menu [Part 1: media files]

The right click context menu in Windows, in my opinion, is one of the best interface devices ever conceived. The simple fact that you could have a different set of commands when right clicking a folder, a text file, or an MP3 (as examples) makes it that much easier to use PC’s and adds tremendously

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FileQuery: right click to search for movie or music info (and unknown file types as well)

This program will let you right click any file to quickly search for it in Google or other search engines or services. It can be particularly useful in situations such as looking  up information on movie or music files (e.g. cover artwork or reviews), or for looking for unknown file types. FileQuery will differentiate between

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Interact with your music with Jajuk Advanced Jukebox

Do you have gigabytes worth of music files? Have trouble finding the one you want at a given moment? Want to get album covers and lyrics for the tracks you own? Jajuk Advanced Jukebox is free software that can help you with all this and more. [Note: this post was written by Freewaregenius contributor B.C.