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

How To Mute Tabs In Google Chrome

Mute Google Chrome

If you’ve been on the internet, you have surely met one of it’s most annoying traits: audio adverts. Like auto-playing videos, ads that play audio disturb your usual browsing experience. Luckily, at least when it comes to Google’s Chrome browser, there are a few ways on how to fight against these noisy, loud and intruding sounds.

Learn How To Stop Videos From Autoplaying On Browsers

Unfortunately, not even we can stop ads from popping up and playing music or weird voice overs in a new browser tab.… Read the rest

Which Audio File Format Should I Use?

When you’ve been out and about, collecting music from the web, or digitizing your music collection, you have surely found out that there are way more audio formats out there than just MP3 – or Apple iTunes’ AIFF. Usually, it doesn’t matter much in which format you download or save a song or piece of music. But especially when iTunes or Windows Media Player aren’t able to open those files, a fast solution is needed.… Read the rest

Cloud Music Storage – Amazon vs iTunes

Does anyone remember “back in the day” when you could only hear your favorite songs at home or from the radio if you happened to be listening when your song was played?  Those days are long gone.  In today’s online world, you can take your entire music collection with you where ever you go.  However, in order for this to be as cool as you want it to be, you have to pick the right system to keep all your music. … Read the rest

Your Weekend Music Cleanup Project

The time has come, hasn’t it? You’ve been collecting music for years now and just haphazardly adding those music files to your hard drive. However, if you’re like the rest of us, at this point you probably have no idea what music you have. If there is a song or a cd you want to listen to, chances are pretty good you won’t be able to find it. It’s time for a music cleanup weekend.… Read the rest