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Posted: Tue Apr 08, 2008 2:47 am
by Jon Isaksson
Wow 390,000 and I was quite pleased with my library of 17,192 files.

Posted: Tue Apr 08, 2008 10:25 pm
by Nebbin
rovingcowboy wrote:i want you all with songs over 20,000 to tell me you put them all in your computer one at a time and did it in a year or less?

cause i got that much in 3 years one at a time. and i know you aint doing it all day like did. :o
A couple of years ago I put just over 18000 tracks onto my system, one CD at a time over a 3 week period. I sort of cheated though by using 4 computers at once with EAC in Burst Copy (Test & Copy) mode - verifying with checksum.

That was not an experience I want to relive... completely no social life during that time. The rest have been ripped at a far more sedate pace.

Posted: Tue Apr 15, 2008 5:15 am
by moonmoon
about 3G songs.

Posted: Sat Apr 26, 2008 8:58 am
by thecongressman
Mine is currently at 155,808. That is 837.7 GB all on one drive. I add about a gig a day, on average.

Every single song is tagged correctly (year, album artwork, track numbers, etc) and I even go so far as to add every genre to every artist as according to wikipedia.

I get the vast majority of it from torrents, and anyone who downloads from bittorrent knows that some of them can be wildly incorrect, needing some serious cleaning to be tagged correctly. That was a bitch with iTunes, but now with the spectacular MM what would take me an hour takes a few minutes. I'll never use anything else.

Posted: Sun Apr 27, 2008 4:09 am
by nabuhonodozor
I have 2Tb HW Raid5 volume now since earlier I lost whole library twice and start from the scratch (Disk crash when it reach 300Gb and the second time - 600Gb)...

MediaMonkey Music Library Statistics
Type Library Played
Artists 15146 1764
Albums 17306 914
Genres 207 55
Years 79 47
Playlists 1868 234
Tracks 93343 3519
Length (h:mm:ss) 7659:01:12 274:40:13
File size 689.47 GB 24.5 GB

Top 10 Genres
Tracks Genre Length File size
16308 Pop 1172:03:48 88.35 GB
12274 rock 920:02:34 73.87 GB
6963 jazz 651:35:08 52.33 GB
3953 Classical 450:06:46 108.54 GB
3896 Electronic 346:45:13 24.81 GB
3818 house 560:45:07 47.18 GB
3317 Dance 246:41:31 20.02 GB
2965 lounge 244:29:25 20.17 GB
2293 Hard Rock 173:45:23 15.22 GB
2017 Soundtrack 113:55:07 9.39 GB

Generated by MediaMonkey ON Sunday, April 27, 2008 at 11:05:50 AM

Posted: Mon Apr 28, 2008 7:58 pm
by theta_wave
Interesting article on megacollections:

Posted: Tue Apr 29, 2008 11:40 pm
by sridhar pandurangiah
Measly 2069 songs! Tagged correctly. Only a few rated.

Posted: Wed Apr 30, 2008 7:16 am
by rovingcowboy
sridhar pandurangiah wrote:Measly 2069 songs! Tagged correctly. Only a few rated.
wow tagged correctly thats good for that many songs, we all started out with a low amount nothing to be measly with your amount.


Posted: Wed Apr 30, 2008 9:01 am
by thecongressman
theta_wave wrote:Interesting article on megacollections:
I would most certainly fall into that group of "pirate hoarders." I've listened to music my whole life. I've spent hundreds of thousands of dollars on albums, concert tickets, and merch. I'm of the mentality that I've paid my dues (and even if I hadn't) the time is right for the pickings. If there is the chance someday that all this good p2p file sharing comes to an end, at least I'll have collected my fair share. Screw the record companies. I'll still go to shows, still buy merch, but I'll never, ever buy another CD again--as long as that's feasibly possible :evil:

Posted: Thu May 01, 2008 5:03 pm
by dinkydave
15672 Tracks
756 Artists
1261 Albums
95.4 GB
Only converted over to MM Yesterday as I finally got sick of itunes & someone recommended trying this. Still finding my feet, but love what I see so far. Easy to see what of my music I own on CD as I burnt all 360 of them ~2 years ago using the itunes' default setting (did not know about bit rates back then :oops:). One of these days I will dig them back out of the loft and redo them. So ~400albums at 128kbps AAC, most of the rest at 256 vbr mp3.

Posted: Thu May 29, 2008 6:44 pm
by SouthernGal
I spent over ten years accumulating mine, Cowboy. For 3 of that 10 years I searched for a player that would handle all the data. Tried, WMP, Real Player, Music Match, Jukebox, Roxio, etc, etc. NOT! Then I found Media Monkey about 2 years ago. Felt like I died and went to heaven. :lol: Now I'm married to it! It's highly "under-advertised" and is THE ONLY product on the market worth having.

Posted: Fri May 30, 2008 12:06 am
by MPG
75,000 and growing daily

Working for an internet radio station added another 25,000.

Now if I removed all of my duplicates, I'm running around 45,000 individual tracks.

Just purchased 500gb drive and I am starting to load it. with everything.

The numbers presented, do not include cassette's (another 15,000 songs).

Everything is catalogued in a database application that I created for my own personal use.


Posted: Thu Jun 05, 2008 5:50 pm
by jedi1701a
Type Library played
Artists 2222 41
Albums 2269 22
Genres 221 6
Years 52 7
Play lists 50 0
Tracks 14488 93
Length 948:43:05 14:45:46
File size 67.71 GB 1.38 GB

the played is just for my comp i have all my music on one comp that is able to be accessed by any in the house so all 3 of my comps will have different play times i know the bedroom one is way higher couse i play it at night when i go to bed but i love my music and love how easy media monkey is to use.

how big is yours

Posted: Fri Jun 06, 2008 5:35 pm
by orthelius
495Gb music nearly 90000 tracks 8029 hours of listening
93 Gb audiobooks/radioplays 6900 tracks 1984 hours of listening

Posted: Fri Jun 06, 2008 9:54 pm
by Guest
I don't know how many songs, but I've got about 160GB of mp3's, flac's and ape's on my hard drive(s) and then aside from that I have about 1000 commercial cd's and about 500 downloaded burned cd's.

So, maybe 20-30k songs?