A music library program

Asked by Lawrence

I would like to know what option for a music library program there exist for Ubuntu 9.04. I am used to Itunes, which has a very good Music Library, with excellent features such as the ability to constantly organise your music in the correct folders (as stored on the hard drive). In other words if you change the name of a song, it changes the file itself, and if you change the name of the albun, Itunes changes the name of the albun folder in your Itunes Music folder on the hardrive.

Do there exist any programs that have music librarys similar to Itunes? I have tried Amarok, and after installing it, it doesn´t even play a single mp3, wma, or m4a file, and crashed whilst I am using it. I have a Sony VAIO laptop.



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Shane Fagan (shanepatrickfagan) said :

Try banshee I use that.
mp3 wma etc all need to be installed have a look here.
They are restricted formats.
FAQ #3: “Restricted Formats”.

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