If you just can’t have too many MP3 tools, there’s one in beta testing for Mac OS X. mp3voodoo, now at version 2.0b1, lets you organize, browse and play MP3 files.
With the latest beta version, mp3voodoo is now Carbonized and offers fully customizable database views. You can group titles by year, artist or album. You can also digitize covers with a digital video camera. The new beta of mp3voodoo adds new database fields and spruces up the user interface, including textured windows and cover effects.
The appearance editor now allows more interface customizations. In cover view, tracks can now be selected by listing on the back or via popup menu. And in mp3voodoo 2.0b1, there’s extended ID3V2.3 support and a print function. The tool uses QuickTime or controls a third party mp3 player (not under Mac OSX) to play titles directly out of collections or previously created playlists.
You can download the beta product (a 2.6MB file) from the
three-2-one Web site. System requirements are a Power Mac, 12MB of RAM, Mac OS 9 or higher (with the CarbonLib extension) or Mac OS X 10.0 or higher.