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Joined: 21/08/2016 20:16:15
Messages: 3

Please, for the love of God, can someone or some people either direct me to some bullet proof advanced tutorials or produce and share some, on how to use this software!!!!!!!

Yes, its amazing software but how the hell do i use it!? lol. it is soooo compilcated and not to mention I really need to know the best way to apply it to a complex music library. By advanced I mean that I need tutorials on someone going about fixing a library that is full of REMIXES, DISCOGRAPHIES (not necessarily set in stone ones, more like ones that have been put together by different people), AUDIOBOOKS, PODCASTS, SINGLES, STUDIO ALBUMS, LIVE ALBUMS, MIXTAPES, COMPILATIONS (including custom made ones), CLASSICAL, RINGTONES. The folders contain various accompanying .m3u files, text files and artwork which I would also like to keep together with the related songs as they get fixed and moved about.

I am guessing just one tutorial wouldn't suffice so it's ok to produce them in stages.

I think these tutorials would really help to bring more customers and help the commuinity, plus it would help to make this forum the "go to" place for audiophiles to come to for answers/solutions.

Would anyone be willing to take this on? In a way I feel it a responsibility of JThink (to an extent) as users need to know how to use their software in real situations no one's library only comprises 20 songs and if it were a coupple of hundred then there's not really much need for such software. This app is for the hardcore audio fans I think (who more then mostly have complex and very messy libraries). To not really provide some relative tutorials is to remain short sighted and really not helpful.

Come on guys, let's make this the one stop place for everyone looking to finally get their libraries sorted out!

thank you in advance!!!...


Joined: 21/08/2006 09:21:27
Messages: 7558


I do my best and we have blog.jthink.net , but there are only so many hours in the day. We did however create SongKong with the idea of providing a tool that is simpler to use but does most of the work for you, have you given that a go.

But even with Jaikoz just clicking on Autocorrect does a decent job for most people so what would be more helpful for me is to know what is wrong with what it does for your situation then I can with how to fix that.

thanks Paul (Administrator)
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