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Discogs enabled music database software - Catalog your collection of vinyl records

Automatically download Discogs info & imagesLike artist, title, label, song list & cover art.
Just search the Discogs vinyl database ... ... by artist & title or by Catalog Number.

For phones/tablets

Mobile app for iOS & Android

  • Fast and slick mobile app
  • Install on multiple phones/tablets
  • All data stored on your device
  • Sync data to CLZ Cloud (optional)
  • Built-in camera barcode scanner

For computers

Web-app for Windows and macOS

  • Easy to use online software
  • Login and use from any computer
  • All data stored in the CLZ Cloud
  • Automatic updates & backups
  • Free CLZ Barry barcode scanner app

For Windows only

Download for Windows

  • For advanced Windows users only!
  • Install on one Windows PC
  • Manage your own data & image files
  • Sync data to CLZ Cloud (optional)
  • Free CLZ Barry barcode scanner app

Buy them together and get a discount

CLZ Music
1 year
Music Collector
1 year
Music Connect
1 year
USD $0.00
USD $0.00
save USD $0.00

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.

Latest software updates

Reviews from customers

August 01, 2020
WOW!
Wow, alot better then Discogs, easier to use. I found that 2 records so far not listed which one was common boxset and shipped around the world. The one with just 100 copies ever made, that one was listed. So funny. Will be entering the info on vinyl missing tomorrow. So far better than Discogs! — Gary Latendresse on CLZ Music
August 13, 2019
Mus have for serious collectors
For music collectors that have a desire to register their collection, there are no suitable alternatives for the software and apps of collectorz.com. Don’t think for a minute the Discogs app is adequate. — Cdvriend.nl on CLZ Music
November 29, 2018
So macht archivieren Spaß
Hatte bisher immer Discogs zur Archivierung meiner umfangreichen Platten- und CD Sammlung. Mit dem Barcode Scanner geht das alles hier bei CLZ ganz einfach. Perfekt. — Knutschke on CLZ Music
December 30, 2016
A very good program with room for improvement
I do not have a huge vinyl collection as I am just starting to rebuild my record collection. At present I have 146 albums and box sets, with another 10 albums on the way here. I had a large CD collection, but I have been winding this down as I build my vinyl collection so I am not sure yet whether I will catalogue this as well. To date I have been using a Discogs derivative "Discographic" and found it quite good, but very basic, with very limited sorting, or editing capability. I have completed entering my collection into CLZ Music and hence the main title above. The searchable database for album recognition is not as good as Discogs and you do end up spending more time having to take pictures of the LP sleeve/cover. This is one area that I would appreciate improvement on. In addition I had to enter the data because the ability to transfer the data from Discographic did not work effectively for me. Now this maybe related to my computer knowledge level, but I would think that for collectors with a real collection of size this would be a major deterrent to converting to CLZ Music. The above points do not detract from the fact that this app/program (I have the desktop version as well) is very versatile, editable and a good program that has shown a commitment by the developer over the years to deal with issues and to improve, plus expand it's capabilities. I would have given it 5 stars if not for the above points. — gcurren on CLZ Music
May 10, 2014
Worth every cent
The music collector software is AWESOME : will be removing my entire collection (many years work) from Discogs, their rules on DJ mixed cd's are just weird - the cost Collectorz software licence is worth every cent....thanx guys. — David Boyce (Australia) on Music Collector
September 10, 2012
Recording them in Music Collector
I have a few thousand records. I'm about 2/3 of the way through recording them all to my computer as well as recording them all in music collector and discogs.
Long slow task but I take my time to do it properly. :) — Steve O'Neil (Australia) on Music Collector

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