Organize Your Music Library

 

Vinyl records, cassette tapes, CDs, … All those were (and still are) used to store music. However, in modern times, more and more people maintain their music library digitally.

Audio files take up way less physical space than shelves and boxes full of CDs. Furthermore, you don’t need to keep a whole album if you only prefer one or two songs from it. Many artists stopped producing costly records even, sharing their music online via Spotify, iTunes or other vendors.… Read the rest

Best Music File Format for Car Audio

Many people enjoy listening to music while driving. When most of car head units are equipped with CD player, listening to high-quality music was a breeze. That era is behind us now. Most people these days store their favorite music on their phones or USB flash drive and that leaves them wanting more. The question they often ask is …

 

“What is the best music file format for car audio?”

Most people save their music as MP3, but only a few are aware that MP3’s quality depends a lot on the bit rate.… Read the rest

Why You Should Organize Your Music Library

The world of personal music has changed a great deal. Long gone are the days of 8-track tapes, cassettes, 45s and records. In fact, many people don’t even buy cd’s anymore and instead focus on getting all of their new music in an electronic format.

Of course, most people today have already begun transferring their old, physical music to the digital formats, but that is only part of the story. You also need to organize your music even when it’s all digital.… Read the rest