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Musicmatch Jukebox Deluxe

by Pearson Software
Windows NT / 98 / 2000 / Me / 95, Mac, Linux, Unix

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  • Platform:      Windows NT / 98 / 2000 / Me / 95, Mac, Linux, Unix
  • Media: CD-ROM
  • Item Quantity: 1

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Amazon.com: 2.7 out of 5 stars  7 reviews
11 of 11 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Music Match beats the Real player Jukebox 1 Mar 2000
By "cw_reviewer" - Published on Amazon.com
After testing both this program and the Real player jukebox, I found this one to be the better of the two. The sound quality you get from this program beat the real player in almost every test. The recording speed is twice the speed of other programs and the net radio is the best I have heard. Plus any mp3 portable can be used with this program. I suggest you go to the music match website and check out all the specs. I dont think you will be disapointed.
8 of 9 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars The Best Digital Music Organizer/Player/Recorder 23 May 2000
By A Customer - Published on Amazon.com
I purchased a Diamond Rio and quickly realized I needed quality software to collect and organize mp3 songs (I've since switched over to a Nomad II and since Music Match has plug-in's for both I can use all the mp3 music I had organized for the Rio immediately with the Nomad II). One thing you find out when you start to accumulate a lot of mp3 files on disk is that the disk directory structure and directory and file names is important if you ever lose your database or want to move the files around on disk or to another disk (especially if you are going to "rip" a lot of CDs so you have them available to quickly download to a mp3 player). Music Match allows you to create a very organized disk directory structure to hold all your songs. For a given mp3 file ripped from a CD, the file is stored under the artist folder, then the album folder. This is more important that one would at first realize because it is often necessary to move the files around and then re-import them back into the music database. Music Match makes this trivial and it's easy to find your music on disk even if something happens to the Music Match database, you can just start over and import all or some of the files within minutes. This became very useful when I started to fill my hard drive and decided to use a re-writable CD in my CD burner to hold some of my music files. In a few minutes I was able to copy several complete artist directory structures to the CD, and re-import the songs back into the Music Match database. I guess I appreciated this all the more because I started off with Real Jukebox which stores all the mp3 files in a single directory by default and the original track order of a CD was lost once the CD was ripped so moving the files was tedious and retaining the original CD track order required creating a playlist for each CD (too much work!). Once you load the music to disk, Music Match lets you sort your songs by artist, album and original track order among others.
It's also very fast at ripping CDs and you can also burn new custom CDs from a playlist of mp3 files if you have a CD rom burner. This program really brings it all together. You can collect mp3 files either by download or ripping CDs. It's then easy to create playlist of any order to download to a mp3 player or burn a custom CD. This program is all you really need.
4 of 5 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Great piece of software 17 May 2000
By mikeazzo22@hotmail.com - Published on Amazon.com
This is the tool for creating MP3s! It couldn't be easier and can do a whole Auido CD in around 10-15 minutes depending on the length of the CD. You can also access the web so you dont have to type in the track listing - this works really well.
The Recorder works and the player is good but is no Winamp. A nice thing about the player is that is has a lyric sheet for songs if you want to put the lyrics in (as well as a bio).
There is also a database for organising your songs and what I liked was the ability to convert Wave to MP3 and back again. I found this very useful when I wanted to integrate waves in other applications.
A very recommended product. Loses out on 5 stars as I still use Winamp as my Default player - but then Winamp does rock!
1.0 out of 5 stars Program doesn't work 12 Feb 2014
By george - Published on Amazon.com
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The program loads, and the password goes in, but it wants to connect to the internet to confirm the code. The internet address is not a good one, so you cant register the program to make it work.
2.0 out of 5 stars Lousy. Outdated. Returned. 25 Aug 2014
By HFC - Published on Amazon.com
Verified Purchase
Lousy. Outdated.Returned.
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