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    something like Moodlogic

    Hi,

    Did You know free software like moodlogic?

    Thanks !


    Here it is comments form winamp plugins site

    MoodLogic Inc.'s Comments:
    Featured Plugin, 2002. A must-have for people with more than a dozen MP3s. ZDNET calls it "cutting-edge music organization software..." The LA Times calls it "a badly needed service..."
    The Lowdown: Run MoodLogic through your MP3s and watch it identify your songs by analyzing the audio properties of your files and associate them with a subset of 800 million human perceptual data points. The result? The MoodLogic Active Music Experience. In the Active Music World, you can:
    * Pick and listen to music based on how you feel. You want to party to some upbeat rock from the late 90s? Done. Chill out to slow R&B from the 80s? Easy.
    * Fix ID3 tags, automatically.
    * Organize your files on your hard drive, automatically.
    * Create the best mixes with 1 click.
    * And tons more that will come as a big surprise...
    Download now and experience Active Music! Oh, and a bonus: you're gonna love the skin.
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    Don't bet on it... I posted a thread about the software I'm currently working on which does this and it generated a whopping 3 replies. There's just no interest in these kinds of features on this board unfortunately.

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    I'm actually really interested. I tried MoodLogic and I thought it was damn cool, but the trial only does 25 songs, and I dont feel like shelling out for the full version.
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    tell me more about soft you are workin on



    maybe we could cooperate someway
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