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Music Collector Downloadable desktop software for Windows & macOS

Catalog CDs, vinyl and music files on your PC or Mac

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Oct 16, 2018 Nov 1, 2018

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Vista, 7, 8, 10 10.8 - 10.14

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Browse, sort and search your music collection in various layouts and views

Music Collector's main screen is highly customizable, so that you can make it look the way you want. Choose between:

  • Multiple layouts for the main screen folder, list and details panels.
  • List, Images or Card View for your album lists.
  • Different templates for the album details panel.
  • Light, Dark and System skins for all screens.

Easily add CDs and vinyl to your database, by inserting CDs, by Artist and Title or by Barcode

Adding new albums to your personal music inventory is quick and easy. Choose from 3 methods:

  1. Just insert the CD to have the program scan its' CD-ID, then use the CD-ID to search our central online CD database (for CDs only).
  2. Enter or scan the CD barcode to search our online CD database by barcode (for CDs only).
  3. Enter the Artist and Title and select the best match from our online database (great for both vinyl and CDs).

Our Core online music database will then automatically provide

  • Full albums details like artist, title, format, label, release date, etc...
  • Full track lists, with song titles, artists and track duration info.
  • Cover images (front and back).

Adding CDs by inserting the discs:
Adding albums by artist and title:
Adding albums by barcode:

Organize your music files (MP3, M4A, OGG, WMA, FLAC, etc ...) by scanning your folders

MMusic Collector can also organize your music files. Just let it scan your computer for digital music files, then automatically create new albums in your music database using the information from the file tags (ID3v1, ID3v2, etc...). After that, the audio files can be played right from your album details panel


Free CLZ Cloud storage for backups, syncing and sharing

Use the free CLZ Cloud service to:

  • always have an online backup of your music database.
  • synchronize your data to other computers and mobile devices.
  • share your album list online, for friends and family (example).


Other features and tools

  • Efficiently edit your data using field defaults, batch editing, direct editing in main screen list, etc..
  • Add missing cover images by searching the internet with the built-in Find Image Online tool.
  • Customize your database by renaming existing fields, or by creating your own User Defined Fields.
  • Manage your loans with the integrated Loan Manager system.
  • Export your music database to Text or XML files.
  • Print album lists in any order, with your configurable columns.

Browse, sort and search your music collection in various layouts and views

Music Collector's main screen is highly customizable, so that you can make it look the way you want. Choose between:

  • Multiple layouts for the main screen folder, list and details panels.
  • List, Images or Card View for your album lists.
  • Different templates for the album details panel.

Easily add CDs and vinyl to your database, by inserting CDs, by Artist and Title or by Barcode

Adding new albums to your personal music inventory is quick and easy. Choose from 3 methods:

  1. Just insert the CD to have the program scan its' CD-ID, then use the CD-ID to search our central online CD database (for CDs only).
  2. Enter or scan the CD barcode to search our online CD database by barcode (for CDs only).
  3. Enter the Artist and Title and select the best match from our online database (great for both vinyl and CDs).

Our Core online music database will then automatically provide

  • Full albums details like artist, title, format, label, release date, etc...
  • Full track lists, with song titles, artists and track duration info.
  • Cover images (front and back).

Adding CDs by inserting the discs:
Adding albums by artist and title:
Adding albums by barcode:

Organize your music files (MP3, M4A, OGG, WMA, FLAC, etc ...) by scanning your folders

MMusic Collector can also organize your music files. Just let it scan your computer for digital music files, then automatically create new albums in your music database using the information from the file tags (ID3v1, ID3v2, etc...). After that, the audio files can be played right from your album details panel


Free CLZ Cloud storage for backups, syncing and sharing

Use the free CLZ Cloud service to:

  • always have an online backup of your music database.
  • synchronize your data to other computers and mobile devices.
  • share your album list online, for friends and family (example).


Other features and tools

  • Efficiently edit your data using field defaults, batch editing, direct editing in main screen list, etc..
  • Add missing cover images by searching the internet with the built-in Find Image Online tool.
  • Customize your database by renaming existing fields, or by creating your own User Defined Fields.
  • Manage your loans with the integrated Loan Manager system.
  • Export your music database to Text or XML files.
  • Print album lists in any order, with your configurable columns.

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Music Collector reviews from customers

November 17, 2018
The program is a marvel
Just finished installing Music Collector,
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. — John Edwards (Australia) on Music Collector
November 05, 2018
Absolutely delighted
I have been a customer for many years and have especially enjoyed Movie Collector. I am absolutely delighted that now, with updates to Music Collector and associated apps, I have been able to import my music database into Music Collector and can use it as my primary reference for the collection.
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! — Jan Smith (USA) on Music Collector
November 02, 2018
Invaluable
I have over 15,000 individual cd’s and vinyl records. This software has been invaluable in organizing and managing my collection. The times I have needed to use support they have been very responsive and helpful. — Craig Wise (USA) on Music Collector
October 30, 2018
Catalog your vinyl collection
This is a great app to catalog your vinyl collection. Plus the fact that you can download the app to your phone helps tremendously when you are out purchasing vinyl and can't remember all of the albums you have. — Steven Mathews (USA) on Music Collector
October 29, 2018
Wonderful archiving tools
I bought my very first 45 rpm record around 1963 and I still have it today. I've been collecting records ever since but I really didn't start collecting seriously until the 1980's. At that time I began going to record conventions, buying records through mail order catalogs and from the classified ads in the back of Goldmine Magazine. I collect vinyl record albums and 45rpm records. I lost track of the number of records I have but would guess around 2000 record albums and around 3000 45rpm records. I mostly concentrate on the 45rpm records today because the albums take up too much room.

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. — David Fields (USA) on Music Collector

October 29, 2018
I purchased the Music edition of this service and have never looked back
I purchased the Music edition of this service some years ago now, and find it to be essential software for logging my large collection of CD's. I produce and present classical music programmes for a local community radio station, so an efficient and easy-to-use disc search facility is essential.
Long may it reign! — David Backhouse (United Kingdom) on Music Collector
October 28, 2018
I don't want to miss CLZ Music Colector!
Music is the art of combining vocal and or instrumental sounds together to create expressions of an effect, like emotions and situations. Music can describe feelings and thoughts that many people can have, but they can not express for what ever reason. Music is acutally a noun that means musica in Latin and has originated from the Greek word muse. The word music has synonyms like melody, harmony, and song. Music is a natural tool because it is a form of communication. When animals sing their songs to one another, this is music used for communicating and mating. Humans use music for many different reasons, such as entertainment or to excerise.

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.

Music Genres

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 ! — Ralph Siebe (Germany) on Music Collector

October 26, 2018
My collections
I have been using your software for many years, including the Music, Books and Movies software versions. I use them about every single week for my collections. What I like about the software are the overall layout and easiness to catalogue even quite complicated items as classical music (for example compilations), where I intend to give all details possible. The more detailed information one give to the system, the more information one gets back, if searching for details.
I like the customization possibilities for both registration and searching and of cause your own database for more easy ground-registration, when importing a new item.
These are the most optimal collector softwares, I have ever seen, and I hope, that you will continue developing them for many years to come. — Preben Falkenløve (Denmark) on Music Collector
October 26, 2018
Brilliant!
I have been collecting compact discs and videos for many years and it became completely out of hand I was purchasing duplicates and sometimes triplicates! So I decided to sort it out and having investigated I found Collectorz. It took me a few days to scan all the barcodes (about 3, 500) and then "read" the cd's and finally it was done. I was able to synchronise everything so when I am out could immediately see if I had that recording. Whenever I have had a problem the team have always come back to me promptly and everything has always been completely sorted out. Also the update system is really system is easy and the special offers for renewal of subscriptions is brilliant.
I definitely recommend this to all my friends who ask about cataloguing. The purchases are yet again mounting up and I have much work to do. Thank you Collectorz and your staff for being so brilliant! — Robert Garbolinski (United Kingdom) on Music Collector
October 26, 2018
I first fell in love with it around 10 years ago
YEARS ago I was looking for a program to keep track of my growing CD collection. I'd found a few, but none of them did as much as I wanted out of the program. In fact, if there were two or three features I wanted I felt pretty lucky.
I found one program I liked more than the others, but it was bought by some other company and dropped out of sight. Now I had a choice of using a years-old program with no updates and no support or finding a new program.

I don't remember how I happened across Collectorz, but the first time I used it I thought "MAN! Where has this been all the time I've been searching?" Then there was an update.
FANTASTIC! Here's where it all goes south.

WRONG! The update actually not only made what already existed better, but it added MORE things! More HELPFUL things! I figured the company would eventually sell out to the highest bidder (that's just how my luck runs sometimes) and I'd be looking for a replacement again.

NOT SO! Not only is it still around, it's better, easier to use, and more capable than it was when I first fell in love with it around 10 years ago.

Another shocker.

Contact them for technical support. Not only do you always get and answer, but (and this is maybe even more hard to believe) THEY'RE ALWAYS RIGHT!

If you get this program to catalog your CDs (or movies, comics, games, etc.) and you DON'T appreciate the obvious thought and planning that goes into providing a world-class program you really must not need an 'inventory' program as badly as you thought!

In short, I've bought a whole lot of software in the 30+ years I've been dealing with computers, but I don't believe there's been one I like as much or would miss more than Collectorz! — Mike Kimmel (USA) on Music Collector

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