I've a huge collection of music and I've only ever liked a very tiny fraction of songs from it.
For example I have entire Albums when in fact I only ever liked just one song from that album (which is what made me download the whole album).
Softwares I've already tried:
The way I listen to music now is just drag drop the entire music folder into my favourite music player - MPC, and skip any songs I don't like until I reach the one that I do.
I want an easier way to separate the songs the I like.
My current approach is cumbersome... when I reach the song in the playlist that I like, I open it's "properties", go to its path and the copy-paste that song in another folder.
This causes the following problem: After separating, say 100 songs like this, I now have to make a choice when I decide to listen to music the next time - should I listen to the 100 songs that I've separated, or should I continue where I left off and try to separate more songs? Which is a difficulty on its own since I don't remember where I actually left off. What ends up happening is I can't do either!
- Windows Media Player
There's an option in WMP Library to "star" a track. I don't like it for the reason that it doesn't seem to be of much use outside of WMP. I don't want the organizer to be the only software I could listen my music in.
Is there a software that would help me separate the songs in a more efficient manner?