Before I got Vista I too enjoyed using MusicMatch, but Yahoo was recommended
to me by MusicMatch when I switched to Vista. I never used Yahoo, but
started using iTunes and it works fine for me, although you can't do a lot of
things with iTunes like you could with MusicMatch. I especially miss the
automatic online search for mp3 names, artists, albums, artwork, etc. Are
you THE Dave Matthews?
"David B. Mathews" wrote:
> I too liked Musicmatch and bought the lifetime key. I guess a lifetime is
> only about 3 years now.
> "Bill" <someone@xxxxxx> wrote in message
> > In my opinion there is nothing as good as Musicmatch was for me...The
> > Yahoo replacement is a joke as you have seen, and so is iTunes. Waste of
> > time!
> > WMP doesn't look and operate the way I like but I am using it. Only other
> > one is Winamp but it too has some missing stuff. Musicmatch handled online
> > tagging and file renaming quickly and efficiently. If you find something
> > let us know
> > Bill
> > "No Spam" <nospam@xxxxxx> wrote in message
> > news:3hndk31jladoi1k85hs9isb66ravg1bgse@xxxxxx
> >> Hi,
> >> I have used MusicMatch Jukebox for some time to amend MP3 tags, add
> >> art work etc & was perfectly happy with what I used it for.
> >> I've now moved to Windows Vista & MusicMatch Jukebox is not compatible
> >> with this OS. The new Yahoo version which does run on Vista cannot add
> >> art work to MP3 tags and if it is possible to batch change tags in
> >> this version the process beats me.
> >> Any suggestiions for an alternative please.
> >> David