Managing a large music collection has never been easy. When the number of your items goes beyond several hundred, you simply can’t go on without a tool that will help you keep your records under control. So if you own a mixed collection of digital music files, CD’s, vinyl discs or even cassettes, you should definitely not miss CATraxxx!
CATraxxx is a multifunctional and extremely powerful database tool for serious music collectors. The program covers every aspect of the collection management process. CATraxxx automatically scans your hard drive for music files and adds them to your collection, automatically recognizes CD tracks and downloads corresponding data from the online CDDB database and allows you to keep track of all of your borrowed CDs, thus making sure that none of your precious items will be lost. The software offers an extensive set of default information fields for each item in your collection and supports up to 70 custom fields for your personal needs. CATraxxx features powerful database search and lookup tools that will help you find a specific song within seconds. Data entry is also extremely intuitive and fast thanks to such handy functions as text autocompletion and rich text formatting. Finally, the software comes with a built-in music player supporting 11 major audio formats that keeps a detailed log of your music preferences.
However, this is just the tip of an iceberg — CATraxxx has a lot more to offer, so go ahead and check out the official page of the program or download its fully functional evaluation version right away!
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