Music Database Software - Catalog your CDs and vinyl records
Buy them together and get a discount
Use the free CLZ Cloud service to:
- Synchronize your music data between the desktop software, mobile apps and the Connect web-app.
- View your list online and share it with friends and family.
- Always have an online backup of your music database.
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Working steadily, I can log a single box of 50 in under 60 minutes if I don't run into any "not found". That means that your existing catalog is astonishingly complete.
Reviews from customers
So ... I finally got to my CD's and Music Collector. Since the CD's were in another room, I decided to use my iPhone 6 to just scan them. Then I discovered that I needed to download the app (which I apparently hadn't done before). Then I discovered that it was a trial, and that I needed to buy the full app for $14.95 to get unlimited titles, which I did. Then I was just looking at emails from last week and discovered that I could have gotten the app for $9.99. Sheesh! I have now discovered that I need to get better at staying on top of these things. Especially with your software, which is superb! I guess you could say that yesterday was a day of discovery for my Collector usage.
Loaded my old .muc file which converted perfectly although I have miss placed my cover images? About 3/4 downloaded OK the rest I downloaded using the edit function and search.
Really very easy, thanks a million, program is marvelous.
I customized my Genres into something that works for me together with a relation to the location of the record. Then I use tags to define my collection more into criteria I often use like Pianoconcertos or string quartets. So I use mostly the maps 'Genre', 'Location' and 'Tags' to easily find every record, grab it from the shelf and enjoy the music and information on the cover.
I began collecting music in high school, and built my first database on an IBM mainframe (using keypunch machines) to catalog each album in 1969. I printed the list out on greenbar paper, and could only update it infrequently. I was able to optically scan this printout and import it into a dBase data base in the 80s, and that served me well for a number of years. Then when I went to Macs and moved the dBase data into FileMaker, and from there I was able to import the entire collection (some 2500 albums on tape, cassette, LP, and CD) into Music Collector via Connect.
THANK YOU for making this possible!
I began archiving my collection in the 1980's using a typewriter. You talk about time consuming...this was before personal computers of course. I still have those pages of records that I typed back then. I eventually stopped archiving them because it took so long to do. When I got my first computer in 1992, I retyped my record archives into the computer which took just as long as the typewriter but at least I could print them out on my printer. All through the 1990's I wished that there was a software program that would make it easier to archive my collection.
When I finally discovered Collectorz.com, I knew my wish had come true. A software program to keep track of my records. Although I collect mostly old original vinyl 45rpm records and have to manually type them in, it's still 100% better than when I was archiving them using the typewriter. I love the fact that I can include an actual photo of my records in the archive too.
I want to thank Alwin and his associates for producing such wonderful archiving tools and offering the BEST customer support on the internet today. I know I have been a pain in the neck several times with problems but Alwin and crew have patiently walked me through them successfully.
Long may it reign!
For expression and or communication purposes, music has many other great uses. Music is also beneficial for a person's health and even their mood. Studies have shown that people who listen to music are much more smarter, retain more information, and are in better moods for longer periods of time than those people who did not listen to any music at all throughout the day. Plants and babies can also benefit from listening to music. Music should be included in every one's life, either the radio or even online, for an expression of themselves and to be more healthy.
There are many different music genres for a person to enjoy. Each genre contains it's own unique sound, beats, lyrics, and feelings. Each music genre includes varied music artists and performers that produce the same type of music with a certain sound in common. The type of music genre a person enjoys listening to depends on personal preference, mood, or activity. Many people enjoy listening to multiple music genres, while many music artists and performers are included in multiple music genres.The most popular music genres are:
Rock Alternative Country Pop Rap/Hip Hop Blues
When I hear a certain song that is played and listen to the lyrics being sung, this can describe a situation or experience that I may be going through at that time along with the particular emotions that are felt. This can help me to feel better by knowing that another person has been through this type of challenge also, and or has felt the same emotions about certain things. A special song, with amazing lyrics and even a good rhythm, can always mean so much to a person.
I'm collecting now LP's & CD's over 40 years ! The CLZ Programm is a good one to join your own music-collection. You can use it very easy and if you have a problem their is always someone that helps you.
I don't want to miss CLZ Music Colector !