How to quickly save your Winamp playlist as HTML file

Automatically generate an HTML file of your current Winamp playlist to share with others.

Winamp Playlist

To generate an HTML file of your playlist:

In Winamp, Simply press the following on your keyboard:

Control-Alt-G

The HTML file should automatically open in your browser. If not, you can find it at the following location:

C:\Users\USER\AppData\Local\Temp

(Replace USER with your own Windows username.)

 

That’s it, that’s all!

 

View an example playlist I generated:  WinampGeneratedPlaylist.html

Using ‘Mixed In Key 7’ to perform automatic key detection on MP3s

Mixed In Key is the most accurate program for determining the keys your tracks are in. Great if you’re a DJ interested in harmonic mixing, probably pointless otherwise.

Post is coming soon… in the meantime:

Key Detection Software Comparison< (2015 Edition)/a> @ DjTechTools.com

Using MP3gain to losslessly adjust volume of tracks without re-encoding files

MP3gain can normalize all your MP3s to the same volume quickly and losslessly without re-encoding your files. Easily undone too.

MP3gain doesn’t just normalize an MP3, it analyses it using the Replay Gain algorithm to¬†determine how loud the file actually sounds to the human ear… and quite well, too.

Instructions coming soon, in the meantime:

MP3gain website (SourceForge.net)
MP3gain downloads (SourceForge.net)

Using ‘eyeD3’ to show/edit/copy MP3 ID3 tags in Ubuntu 12.04 shell

How to use ‘eyed3’ from an Ubuntu 12 command-line terminal to display ID3 tags, edit ID3 tags, copy ID3v2 to ID3v1, copy ID3v1 to ID3v2 and more.

To install eyeD3:

Note: lowercase ‘d’ unlike the actual command.

To display ID3 info, use “eyeD3 <filename>”, surrounding the filename in quotes if it contains spaces:

Note: uppercase ‘D’ when using the command.

Output:

You can also display the ID3 info for multiple files at once, for example to see the ID3 tags for every file in a directory:

 

There’s lots you can do with eyeD3, including retagging, copying tags, removing tags, converting one tag format to another, etc.. here’s the full “eyeD3 –help” usage output:

 

Batch re-encode MP3s and fix ID3 tags using ‘lame’ and ‘id3cp’ in Ubuntu 12 script.

How to process a folder of mp3s, re-encode mp3s files to bitrates/specifications, copy id3v1/id3v2 tags, etc. using ‘lame’ and ‘id3cp’ in a script on Ubuntu 12.04.

Coming soon.