MediaMonkey is music management software for people who are serious about music. It keeps the data for your files so you don't lose anything if you transfer the music to another application. If you have songs that don't have tag information, MediaMonkey can automatically search the web for information such as the artist, album, album art and more.
MediaMonkey can perform batch edits to data on track tags. For instance, you can assign an album name to multiple songs from the same album at the same time instead of adding the name to each track. The software can also check the case of the letters. This is nice if you've added title information but haven't been consistent with capitalization.
It's easy to add music to your library. All you have to do is click to add or rescan for files and then select the area of your computer in which you want MediaMonkey to search for files. As you add music and delete music from files on devices connected to your network, the program automatically updates your files so you don't have to do it.
MediaMonkey can identify multiple tracks that are the same, even if the music is different, so you can correct the titles or delete the duplicates, which you have to do manually. This is a safety measure to ensure you don't lose any songs that you mean to keep.
You can create playlists from music on other devices that are connected to your local area network. As long as all of the devices are connected to your network, you can listen to them and organize them the way you want. MediaMonkey enables you to sync your files with your smartphone and other devices such as iPods.
MediaMonkey also allows you to filter your music by genre, artist and more; you can then create a playlist that includes that music. This audio software has a tool that can adjust the track volume so all your music files are at the same level. And the sleep function allows your computer to go into sleep mode while still playing music. You can create song previews that let you share a little bit from each song, which is helpful for demo CDs. You can also burn your playlists to CDs, DVDs and Blu-ray discs.
You can download different skins if you want a different look for the interface. You can also add plugins such as a codec pack, which adds support for additional file types. In addition to plugins, you can use extensions, which are scripts that enhance the program's functionality. MediaMonkey lets you connect to internet radio websites so you can listen to your subscribed podcasts.
The Auto-DJ feature lets you determine how many songs the MP3 software shows in the Now Playing list, or change the setting to party mode to protect your tracks if multiple people are controlling the musical choices. If you have music you don't want your friends to see, MediaMonkey has an option that allows you to hide tracks.
The MediaMonkey interface looks similar to iTunes, but you can customize it by moving the panels around on the interface. For instance, you can put the media tree on the right side of the screen. All you have to do is drag and drop the section. Additionally, you can customize how each of the columns on the playlist appear in the same way. You can organize your files in a variety of ways, such as by title, artist, album, genre and rating.
MediaMonkey is quick and easy to use, whether you’re changing the look of the interface or adding new songs. This music management software can help you organize your thousands of files, keep them updated and let you know when you have duplicates.