What`s your music
files, WAV files, MIDI files? A lot of everything? MusShell by Roman Lipkin will help you organize it all, together with pictures and text. It`s simple, and you don`t need to re-burn CDs unless you want to. - organize it all - what does that mean? - It means: Enhance audio CDs or music files with shells of information and pictures. Apply a consistent structure to all your music and related pictures, info. Organize music into libraries by themes and subthemes. Navigate among your music with the Music Explorer. Perform advanced searches in the Music Libraries. Control all playback, pictures, and text display with one interface . Build original shells, suitable for burning onto CDs (complete with music). Adapt CDs created by other music-collection
software into shells without re-burning the CDs. Link music that resides on a CD to pictures and information that reside on your fixed disk. Present your libraries in a special Music Explorer, where you can browse and can search by more than 50 predefined criteria, plus custom-defined search criteria of your own. Incorporate information from the Internet-based CDDB music database and from a local FreeDB
. Browse and search in the local FreeDB. Build a soft shell for an audio CD straight from FreeDB without needing the audio CD itself. Add further information (such as pictures, lyrics, and even new music) to an existing shell at any time. Copy full information about an album or song from one shell to another. Export MP3 files, with meaningful filenames, to standard MP3 player
. And many other useful functions. MusShell 3.0.1 is the ideal solution, delivering rock-solid system performance, improved media utilization, and thorough administration.