Music Catalogue 4.0
by FM Graphicalic
(FM Graphicalic Website)

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Author's Website

Operating System: Windows XP/2000/NT/ME/98/95
File Size: 3.26 MB
License: Demonstration (All Demo software)
License Conditions:

You can only add 5 new records. Registration fee

System Requirements:

16 MB RAM, Internet Explore 4.0 or later

Last Updated: 2004-09-04
For more detail about software : Software Description
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Software Description

Music Catalogue makes it easy for you to manage all
your records, cd's, tapes and MP3's in one database. The program make it
easy to search and find the track or artist you are looking for. Find the
album and see all the tracks on it or find all tracks with a specific word
in the title. Sort your list as you would need them or make a print of your
complete list of music or a track list of a specific album. The system makes
it possible to insert a picture of the cover that you can find on the
Internet or you have scanned yourself.
You can insert collector informations as price, rating, style and much more.
Include custom fields.
You can insert a link to your MP3 files you have on the hard disk or cd's.
Click on the link in the program to play the files from there or right click
and play the file with your default player.
You can also insert different information about the artist or band including
a picture. Se the list of records that the artist/band have released and
when it was released - and with one click on your mouse you can read all
information you have inserted about the record.
You can go from one information sheet to another and you move easy and
logical within Music Catalogue. No other solution makes it so fun and easy
to handle all you information.
This demo allows you to make 10 records in the database.

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