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Cataloging my audio CDs

I have an extensive collection of audio media (CDs, LPs, etc.) that I would like to catalog. I have some duplicates and recordings of the same piece done by different performers.

Please suggest an application that will keep track of my collection and give me an easy way to find out if I have a piece or not.

Mac OS 9.2.2 or lower, of course.

Gary

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SwedeBear's picture
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I'd recommend CD Finder, in general when it comes to organize almost anything. A version for OS 9 can be dl:ed from here: http://www.cdfinder.de/cdfinder433.sit

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iTunes, and I used one of the extra components with Toast to extract the analog audio from LP and MC into AIFF and then into iTunes and then mp3.

Or make something yourself in a suitable version of FileMaker Pro.

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> make something yourself in a suitable version of FileMaker Pro.

I suspect that is what I will need to do. I've found nothing in the Mac OS 9 space that I like. But I haven't looked at CD Finder yet.

Gary