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Wednesday, 8 January 2014


Best Free Music Player and Organizer

Digital downloads have changed the way we listen to music but nothing has changed in the way we store and manage our MP3s. now would be a good time to get your library in order and also discover
newer ways to find fresh artists. Here are six ‘free’ cracking tools that will help you transform your collection.


What: A souped up player that organizes your music library and even streams tunes from the web.
  • It keeps a tab your music folders and continuously updates individual playlists.
  • Clementine allows you to download and update track info.
  • Apart from built in radio stations. It can directly play the music you’ve stored in Dropbox, Box, Skydrive and Google Drive.
  • The player can also be remote controlled over a Wi-Fi connection with its Android app, called Clementine Remote.


What: A nifty tool that lets you download music videos from Youtube, Dailymotion, Vimeo and Metacafe.
  • The software can handle multiple downloads, so you can keep searching for video clips and continue adding them to the queue.
  • Even while they’re being downloaded, videos can be downloaded, videos can be watched from within a preview pane.
  • KastorSoft AVD converts clips into different formats (set by you), on-the-fly, while it is being downloaded onto your hard rive.
  • A built in web browser is also included for good mesure.


What: If you’ve got the video this software lets you extract the audio out of it.
  • Free Audio Extractor supports a number of popular video formats like FLV, MP4, AVI, WMV, ASF and MOV. Audio from a video can be extracted and saved as MP3, WMV, OGG, WAV or FLAC.
  • You can queue multiple videos for extraction.
  • The audio track in the video clip is shown in a visual timeline making it easier to extract only a specific portion from the footage.
  • FAE also lets you fine-tune the quality of output—bitrate, stereo/mono and more.


What: A radio tool that lets you record multiple tracks on-the-fly.
  • A lightweight internet radio player that can record songs from multiple pre-set stations simultaneously.
  •  It lets you schedule recordings and even download specific songs. Just enter the track name in the list and the recorder will start recording it as soon as it detects a station streaming it. This works even if you are listening to another radio station.
  • Recorded songs can be played and stored in the MP3 and AAC format.
  • Its simple tabbed interface lets you search stations by most-played track, genere or bitrate.
  • Lets you name and tag the recorded files.


What: An easy CD/DVD maker that’ll convert your MP3s to audio CDs in a jiffy.
  • It lets you compile your digital music---in MP3, FLAC, WMA or Ogg Vobis Format---collection into audio CDs.
  • You can also use Ashampoo Burning Studio to archive your digital music library onto a CD or DVD with the simple wizard driven interface.
  • Doubles up as an audio CD ripper, converting songs on the disc to WMA or WAV files.


What: A super-cool media player that mixes online streaming services with social networking.
  • Lets you search for, and listen to, your favorite tunes across popular stations like SoundCloud, and
  • You can keep tabs on the latest by tracking the ‘Charts’ and ‘New Releases’ sections, where you can browse albums by their popularity (and country) on Billboard, hype Machine, Spotify, etc.
  • Tomahawk lets you connect to Google Talk (or Jabber) can invite your friends to do the same so you can see and listen to each other’s collections.

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