Groovy software three-pack for music aficionados.
If you are a normal, sane individual, who just hopped in some fastfood restaurant, there is a 90% chance that you won't order a single item. Most likely, you will get soda, hamburger and some fries, right? Let me ask you this question – what would you think of a person who ordered one hamburger, ate it, then ordered fries, ate it, then ordered soda, drank it, before finally leaving the restaurant? I think it's pretty darn stupid to make yourself walk to the counter three times and pay MORE ordering these items individually than if they were ordered as a combo meal.
Hey, when it comes to mp3 software, 90% of people do the stupid thing. I've been wondering why and I still can't find the answer. If you are a music aficionado (and I am sure you are) there are three types of programs you are very likely to need. First comes the music collection organizer. We've got the one called Media Catalog. It's not only Net's best cataloger priced under 25 bucks, it can catalog all types of media (videos and DVDs included). Second comes the tag editor. Unless you cherish the idea of spending next five years editing missing tags manually, you need mp3Tag, because it does it automatically. Internet access and one mouse click renames all your track1, track2, track3 (I could go on, but you get the idea) files. The third component is a music converter. You probably still buy CDs and want to turn them into mp3 files.
That's it. These are three applications you will definitely need if you like music, and there is no "Number 4". This trio gets all your bases covered. Now let's get to prices.
The price is insanely low, borderline-illegal 7 cent per kilobyte of Net's premier mp3 tools. Whip out your calculator and you will get 49.95 US Dollars – a twenty dollar savings if you were to buy all these applications separately and 50 dollars cheaper than the cheapest comparable bundle our competitors sell.
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