Song Director is a program to easily organize all your music and audio files on your computer and find, edit and play them in one place for free. It automatically scans your computer looking for music/audio files (MP3, M4a/AAC, iTunes, WMA, WAV, OGG and FLAC files) and builds a searchable database of all your music. Once this database is built, you can quickly and easily play songs, build playlists, sort by artist, song title, genre, year, etc., and easily view all your music. Song Director lets you sort on 23 different fields. You can edit a record in a spreadsheet-like grid or on a separate edit screen. Some fields have user customizable screen labels. There is no faster and easier way to locate, search, and organize audio files.
Easily select songs and build playlists. Quickly limit the records displayed using any criteria. Once viewing a filtered list of songs, you can build a playlist of those songs with just one click, or export them to another player or storage device. A unique feature allows you to organize songs into any Category you wish, then view these Categories separately or combined. Rename, copy a file or move it to a different folder without having to search for it in File Explorer. You can use the music player to customize the order and the way the songs are played. Locating a song or artist cannot be easier. Simply type the first few characters of a song or artist name. Listening to a song by a certain artist and want to see all music on your computer by that artist? Easy; press one button! Want to see all songs in a certain music genre? Easy! Want to see all songs on an album? Press another button. Want to edit the files tags or record? Want to see the lyrics, album art press a button.
Song Director is a new music organizer and player offered as a free and easier-to-use alternative or complement to iTunes and Windows Media Player. This new program provides more extensive organizing and search capabilities than either of those programs. Simplicity and ease-of-use has been the dominant goal during every phase of development and testing. I've seen too many people confused and frustrated with iTunes and Windows Media Player, and wanted to do something about it.