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Subject: Cataloguing Programs?
From: Barbara Cook <[log in to unmask]>
Reply-To:Barbara Cook <[log in to unmask]>
Date:Fri, 25 Aug 2017 16:18:07 -0400

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This question has been posed in the past, but as time moves on so do the 
options available.  I recently had to upgrade my computer and printer 
and in the process lost a program I had been using since its early 
appearance in DOS.  There were close to 4,000 CDs entered.

  I am looking for a cataloguing program that will take opera and some 
obscure world music...throat-singing, anyone?  I have downloaded, tried 
and uninstalled Music Collectorz, Music Label, and Musicnizer.  They all 
do a good job on pop and jazz  and single CD sets, but they don't 
recognize things like Reginald Goodall's Ring and Kai of Altai.

I want a software program and not a complicated indexing on my hard 
drive.  Does any one have a solution?  What works for you?  Private 
responses are fine if you prefer.

Barbara Cook

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