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Re: What kind of user are you?

Post by MMFrLife » Sat Apr 22, 2017 1:02 pm

yoy wrote:I am novice - how difficult is to learn MediaMonkey?

Not difficult if you try out the free version and just stick with the absolute basics for a while until you get the hang of it. Then, you can
move on to more advanced concerns.

Re: What kind of user are you?

Post by Lowlander » Thu Jan 26, 2017 1:26 pm

Re: What kind of user are you?

Post by Guest » Tue Jan 24, 2017 7:19 pm

novice , but i wish there is a way to eliminate duplicates. if there is a way built into the system it would be great . I ended up running a seperate duplicate finding software to elinate duplicates in my library but it sill left dupluicates listed in my mediamonky library .when i scan for new files it added files already in the mediamonkey library which is annoying and when you play it , it just delays playing as it goes through files that are not actually there

Re: What kind of user are you?

Post by plain » Mon Oct 10, 2016 3:37 am

Basic. I too don't want to do scripting for fun but would if MM wasn't so comprehensive so since scripting etc. is available and popular with MM I include that here. Plus I'm Basic because MM is so solid I never have to 'adjust' things. Just set it up and go.

Re: What kind of user are you?

Post by bootrecords » Mon Aug 08, 2016 5:31 am

I was instantly sold on MM the moment I was ripping a CD with it and found that in the target path you could use $if{ }-Statements. The only feature I'm still missing after all these years are freely combinable && and || statements in auto-playlists.

Re: What kind of user are you?

Post by whtmtnlion » Thu Feb 28, 2013 10:48 pm

I installed MM today as an alternative to iTunes 11 :x and I'm very happy with it. :) The features and customization are intuitive, efficient, and a relative joy to use. :D
It's like going from a tricycle to a full blown mountain bike. I just had to shout it somewhere. :P

Re: What kind of user are you?

Post by psychoadept » Mon Nov 12, 2012 5:59 pm

I put intermediate because I like for my software to work and think the way I do. I'm willing to invest some time to make that happen. I tend to resist learning more new skills than necessary (scripting, etc), but if it saves me time in the long run I'll do it. That's how I started scripting with Picard.

Re: What kind of user are you?

Post by Fungud » Fri Jul 20, 2012 1:12 am

I agree with prump.

Not interested in being a slave to my gadgets.

Re: What kind of user are you?

Post by prump » Fri Jul 13, 2012 6:22 pm

My money goes to the service that offers the most, with the littlest investment of MY time possible.

So I'm a committed 'basic' user. For life. I refuse to let my devices...and their upkeep...fritter away my day, weekend, etc.
If it's not intuitive and easy to use, it's not worth my time. That's why I'm paying you...right?

Re: What kind of user are you?

Post by Vyper » Sun Jun 17, 2012 7:24 am

Intermediate for me.

Re: What kind of user are you?

Post by chelsearason » Sun Jun 17, 2012 3:03 am

I am a certified Newbie so I would say Novice here. ;) Hope to learn more from you guys!

Re: What kind of user are you?

Post by Barrys » Fri Jun 15, 2012 11:16 am

I have just in the last 2 days downloaded this program, and may I say that I am very impressed with it. I have been using Winamp for playing MP3's which I have taken from my collection of CD's (8000+) at the last count. I have 3 types of Back-up for them. One on the Computer HD which is connected to a Database (Catraxx) and playable through that. Also a back-up on my Pogoplug Network for some of my mates to listen to and last but no least on my WD Live Book which is connected to my Ipad3 and I can take this anywhere in the country.
I have put myself down as a basic user until I have a good look around this program, which at the moment seems just what I need to play my MP3's on the computer. A few more days with it and I think I will opt for the Gold Version.
I have got this program to play the MP3's from the pogoplug no problem at all, this will help me to make sure all covers are correct and any problems with MP3's should show up using this program.
All I can say is I wish I had found this program a few month ago.

Barrys

Re: What kind of user are you?

Post by applesos » Tue Apr 17, 2012 4:14 am

I VOTE THE BASIC USER :roll:

Re: What kind of user are you?

Post by mrmofi » Thu Jan 26, 2012 10:41 pm

Basic User.
No scripts, but tag the hell out of my music.
Major Artists listed on each song.
Cover songs by major groups listed in Artist as 'Group name' - Various.
All dates are date of recording or performance... including classical. ie 1700's.
Live tracks tagged with date of performance at end of title...
doing this allows for chronological order of songs in list view.
(When you have 50 or so versions of some live songs, it helps)
Would love a separate producer and engineer category.
1.81 TB

Re: What kind of user are you?

Post by svburke » Wed Dec 21, 2011 4:47 pm

I picked "intermediate." I manage a large library, effectively I think, though I don't write scripts or that sort of thing, which I consider advanced.

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