For years I’ve tried keeping it in various music libraries and players so I can listen on-the-go. More recently I’ve been an Apple user, and gradually migrated all of my music into i Tunes.
Unfortunately, my collection is too large to sync to any mobile device or work laptop, so unless I’m at home, I can’t listen to my music.
The Sonos wireless players have a genre-designated shuffle feature, but it tends to be rather limited in scope and gravitates toward more often-played tracks.
Kazoo Server allows easy access to your music collection, i Tunes library and other music services via your controller.
I’ve been aware of several services that let you upload your music library to the “cloud,” but was never happy with any of them.
It always seemed that I could get most of what I wanted, but the lacking features were deal-killers in some way, so the situation remained: Spotify on the go, my personal library at home.
Not only does the M50.2 bring you closer to your favourite music, it also makes it remarkably simpler to access it as well.
A wondrous integration of hardware and software, the M50.2 has 2TB of storage, plus a mirrored backup, ensuring you’ll never have to sacrifice any music or worry about losing it.
Two months ago I reviewed the Sony HAP-Z1ES music player for The Absolute Sound.
Read more of this product's story A hybrid of NAD’s renowned M50 and M52, the M50.2 Digital Music Player offers everything you need to hear the music you love in the best quality possible.
is a modern music player and library organizer Clementine is a multiplatform music player.
CUE sheets are now supported - they are detected automatically when scanning your library and each track will show up separately.
I noticed recently that Google Play Music has a set of features I wasn’t aware of before, and decided to give it a try.