-Manage Your Music - Manage a music library from 100 to 50,000+ audio files and playlists*; whether Rock, Classical, Audiobooks, or Podcasts; whether they’re located on your hard drive, CDs, or a network. Organize, browse, or search music by Genre, Artist, Year, Rating, etc., and never waste your time trying to find mp3s you know you have.
-Sync - Sync with iPhones, iPods, and most any MP3 phone or Audio Device. Just click the Sync button to sync tracks, podcasts, and related properties such as Album Art, ratings, play history, and playlists with a broad range of portable devices. With Volume Leveling, the tracks will even play back on your device at consistent volumes!
-Record & Convert - Record CDs to your hard drive using the high quality LAME MP3 encoder*, M4A encoder*, OGG encoder, WMA encoder, or FLAC encoder). MediaMonkey’s CD Ripper copies the CDs, automatically filling in track properties via freedb.
Convert audio files from almost any audio format and preserve tag information**, using the MP3 converter, AAC/M4A converter, OGG converter, WMA converter, WAV converter and FLAC converters.
-Identify Tracks - Automatically identify tracks that are missing information, whose tags are not synchronized, or that are duplicated elsewhere.
-Tag - Tag music easily using industry-standard formats. MediaMonkey includes an MP3 Tag editor (an ID3 tag editor supporting ID3v1 & ID3v2), AAC tag editor (for M4A/M4P files), an OGG tag editor (for OGG and FLAC files), a WMA tag editor, an APE2 tag editor (for APE files), and a WAV tag editor. Update and correct mislabeled tracks via drag-and-drop from one artist/genre to another or use the categorization toolbar allows you to quickly set ratings, mood, and other information as you’re listening to music. Automatically and intelligently tag files based on filenames with the Auto-Tagger.
-Organize & Rename - Automatically organize and rename files on your hard drive into a logical hierarchy. Instead of storing your files haphazardly all over your hard drive, MediaMonkey’s auto-organizer can organize them into folders and filenames of your choice based on attributes such as artist, album, track title and track number.
-Playlists - Create Playlists with ease. Just drag and drop your tunes to mix mp3s and other files from your Library, create AutoPlaylists based on simple search criteria, or use the Auto-DJ to automatically create a mix for you. Your playlists will remain intact even when you rename files and/or retag them. If you\'re using third-party devices or players, MediaMonkey can export playlists to m3u files.
-Burn - Burn Audio CDs using the integrated burner powered by PrimoBurner™. Just select any tracks or playlists and quickly create CD masterpieces using the most reliable CD burning engine around.
-Podcast Catcher - Download audio content using the new integrated Podcatcher. Define custom subscription rules for any audio podcast, and let MediaMonkey take care of downloading and syncing the content.
-Play - Play CDs and digital audio files (MP3, AAC/M4A, OGG, WMA*, MPC, APE, FLAC, WAV, etc.) with MediaMonkey, or use MediaMonkey to manage your library in conjunction with Winamp as the player. Adjust volume levels automatically (using Replay Gain and MP3 Gain technology), and fine-tune your audio using an equalizer and hundreds of available dsp audio-effect plug-ins.
-Party - Use MediaMonkey for Parties or other public places with Party Mode, which allows users to make requests while protecting your library from being modified.
-Visualize - Visualize your music with funky trance-like effects powered by Milkdrop and hundreds of other visualization plug-ins.
-Reports and Statistics - Create Statistics and other Reports of your music collection as Excel, html, or xml files, so that you can show it to others.
-Customize - Customize MediaMonkey with Skins, visualizations, plug-ins and scripts to make it do what you want it to. Integrate it with other applications such as sound editors, create customized reports, customize the view, or create custom Auto-DJ rules. You can download scripts created by other users, or write your own; either way, you can easily extend MediaMonkey’s functionality.
-Multiple Music Collections - Filters and views allow large music libraries to be segmented into sub-collections such as Classical Music, Kids Music, or Contemporary Music, each configured with custom views and playback rules. For example, a Classical Music collection can be configured to display a Conductor node and play with cross-fading disabled, whereas Contemporary Music wouldn\'t.
-File Monitor - Use the File Monitor to automatically update your music library to reflect any changes on your hard drive (e.g. MP3 music downloads) . Additions, deletions, and changes to your music made by other applications are all automatically reflected in your library.
-Advanced AutoPlaylists - Create advanced AutoPlaylists which automatically generate a music mix to suit your mood. Just define practically any set of criteria and the mix is automatically created.
Synchronize Advanced Playlist with Portable Devices, giving you the perfect tool for rapidly downloading a subset of your collection to your device. For example, you can choose to sync a random subset totalling 256 MB of music that match a defined set of criteria.
-Auto-Conversion and Leveling - Auto-conversion allows you to automatically sync or burn tracks no matter what format they’re in, converting tracks on-the-fly to a format that is supported by your iPod/iPhone or other portable device or CD/DVD player, while retaining all metadata.
-Find music with advanced search functionality that digs through your collection to find tracks according to almost any criteria that you can think of. Search for Composer, Year, Beats per minute; find Lyrics, etc. and stop pulling your hair out trying to find music you know you have.
-Encode unlimited MP3s without having to manually install a new MP3 encoder (the free version of MediaMonkey includes a time-limited LAME MP3 encoder. If you’re so inclined, you can manually replace it with the free LAME encoder, or you can just upgrade to MediaMonkey Gold).
-Catalog your physical CDs and use the Virtual CD feature to keep track of what CDs you own and at the same time see which subset of tracks from those CDs are copied to your hard drive. Instead of tracking your CDs and tracks separately, the virtual CD function gives you an integrated view..
-Import and save audio tracks from Audio CDs and MP3 CDs with unprecedented flexibility using the Virtual CD. It allows you to sample tracks from various sources, select which ones you want to import, and then import and save the files in a single operation.
-Create Previews, short samples of audio tracks, that you can use when trying to decide which audio files you want to add to your collection.
-Use a Sleep Timer to play your music, gradually fade it over a set period of time, and then turn off your PC — perfect for listening to tunes before you go to sleep.
-Burn CDs at the maximum speed permitted by your hardware.
Windows ALL (maybe not x64)
[-] Direct link to fixed issues in 3.1.0 feature/bug tracker