If your music collection has grown too much, then it's time to start using a manager. Even if you're not a big fan of these kind of apps (just like me) you'll find they're extremely helpful to keep your music collection perfectly organized, no matter how much it grows.
Magix Music Manager 2007 is the perfect example of a well-done music manager. In fact, it's so complete you feel overwhelmed by all the options displayed on its nicely designed interface. Luckily enough it only takes a few minutes to create your own database and start adding music.
Besides the usual features in these apps, such as a tag editor, an embedded player or a 10-band equalizer, Magix Music Manager includes other interesting extra functions like the possibility to record CD and DVD or a simple yet convenient mini DJ console to play and mix two tracks simultaneously in real time and direct access to Internet radios and podcasts, as well as support for portable music devices.
The only drawback to this program, if any, is the unusual placement of playback controls, which are found ar the bottom of the interface and are not very comfortable to use. Other than that, Magix Music Manager is a perfect app to cover all your music needs.
Magix Music Manager enables you to take full control over your music collection: listen to music, fix tags, burn CD, record online radios and create your personal music mixes.