Music File Organizer Software - just scan your folders for music files
Or... use them both, as perfect companions!
Both CLZ Music and Music Connect can be used on their own, as a stand-alone solution. But these tools really come to live when used together, as they are great companions.
While away from your computer use CLZ Music on your phone, then use Music Connect at home, to work on your database on a big screen, with a real keyboard.
Of course, you can sync your database between them through our CLZ Cloud solution.
Also still available: Music Collector for Windows
Music Collector is our legacy desktop software. Old-skool software that you install on your own computer, with your data stored locally.
Using Music Collector is only recommended for advanced Windows users, who know how to install/update software, manage folder and file permissions, configure firewall/security software, make their own backups, etc...
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In short, congratulations and may your innovating work continue. Cheers and best wishes to all the crew
I also catalogue SACDs and the, so far, few high resolution digital files I’ve also started to buy. Using the ‘location’ field I don’t need to care much about which cabinet, rack, bookcase etc a specific CD is or which music is on digital files. I just browse as the mood takes me, looking at the art work and track listings using iPad or iPhone and once selected the location tells me how to quickly find it.
CLZ is by far the best of several ‘library’ Apps I’ve paid for over many years. Although some have suggested it’s rather expensive, looking at who’s behind it (collectorz.com) and my experience, the first time the whole process was easy and quick enough to catalogue my whole collections without giving up on the App, I feel it’s well worth it. These folk have been around for a very long time with desktop library applications and, hopefully, will be around a very long time to come and continue to provide great support too.
Wishing you all the best and Happy Holidays.
Thank you Alwin for your fast response on my add music files problem.
For any recent or more mainstream disks it is easy to add to your collection by using either bar codes or scanning the CD Itself.
I also scanned any covers that we're not available online. So with newer discs you can probably catalog 30-50 per hour. Bar codes are quickest (of course you need a scanner for this).
I haven't used it yet to catalog any digital files so I can't comment on that but it's great for what I wanted to do with it.
I've been using Music and Book Collector for many years now and every new version is a surprise and always beyond expectations. This new version that can link the database to my music files is what I needed. Absolutely GREAT.
Thank you so much for putting order in my disorder ;-)
I downloaded a few shareware programs from Tucows and I immediately liked your program. As I have to enter 600 CD's, I really need the CDDB connection, and I like to have the flexibility in defining my own prints and export files (HTML).
You sell great stuff!!
I purchased the program in October 2001 and and have enjoyed compiling my list. For the most part the program has performed flawlessly. The size of my file is approaching 9.5 Mb, so I'm contemplating separating the collection into files for each genre so it will be a little more manageable. I have lots of classical and jazz as well as a good selection of lots of other types of music.
I've only added CD covers to the favourites from my collection as this is a bit time consuming and some covers for older (or deleted) releases are hard to find. I look forward to upcoming releases and updates to this great program.