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by Bex » Sun May 06, 2007 4:21 am

You could try onkel_enno's library selector:
http://www.mediamonkey.com/forum/viewto ... 4699#34699

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multiple libraries?

by aireq » Sat May 05, 2007 8:45 pm

I've been using the free version of media monkey for a while now, and just recently purchased the Gold version. I have a unique question though. I DJ and am in the process of switching over from vinyl to CDs. So I want to keep an archive of all my tracks in wav form on my computer at full cd quality (44.1khz/16bit). One of the key selling points of media monkey to me was the fact that it could tag both wav files and mp3 files in the same program.

So I have all my DJ music which is high quality, but I still end up downloading regular low quality (128-190 kbps) tracks that I wont use for DJing but rather just to listen to on my mp3 player while at work or at the gym.

So I want to be able to easily switch between viewing only my high quality wav files, and viewing my low quality "listening only" files. I tried setting up an autoplaylist that did this, but then I just end up with two giant lists rather then being able to view my tracks by artist or album, or rating etc. . etc. . I'm looking at Magic Nodes now and it seems like I will be able to get it to do what I want to do. Are there other options that I should consider?

Eric

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