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MusicBee Wishlist / Re: Play speed
« on: June 27, 2017, 10:12:59 AM »
Hi, Music bee is amazing, when I figure out something I just check it and it exists. But...

I play music for classical dance tango, vals, etc. Sometimes I play a contemporary music for tango or vals and sometimes the music is a bit too slow or too fast, more like fast than slow. I found the the tempo control in MB but it is a global settings. Is it too much work to place another tempo control in the Music>Edit... Settings panel?

I already supported MB with a small amount, but I can support again of course bcause I love it.


Questions / MP3 date tag find and change template
« on: August 29, 2016, 10:48:22 AM »
Hello everyone, I would like o ask about the next:

I would like to change the date format tag in my mp3 songs. Something like that:

Change format from to:




Is that possible in MusicBee?



MusicBee Wishlist / Re: Global start and end time
« on: August 22, 2016, 06:00:53 PM »
I want to give a hug for you and Steven. I am going to donate the MB... Thanks a lot.

MusicBee Wishlist / Global start and end time
« on: August 21, 2016, 09:24:09 PM »
I wish to do the next:

Select All tracks, Right click, Edit, Settings Tab, Start time: 0:15, End time 0:30, Save.

Play the tracks


Select All tracks, Right click, Edit, Settings Tab, thick off the Start and The end time.


Or "Intro Mode" button (Start time settings, End time settings)

Questions / Re: Album gain permanent in any player.
« on: August 21, 2016, 05:05:21 PM »
I had tried, but no any relation between the input level and playing feature. If the input is very low the played music is more silence. I have no idea :) but at least it works with other active and passive speakers. I am going to indicate in the first post this problem is not related to MusicBee.

Questions / Re: Album gain permanent in any player.
« on: August 21, 2016, 01:38:57 PM »
The portable loudspeaker dropped the volume down only on that album, only on that album. On another album the loudspeaker works well.  :-\

And yes the files were never anything wrong. Only the loudspeaker decided to not play properly that album...

Questions / Re: Album gain permanent in any player.
« on: August 21, 2016, 12:38:53 PM »
The blackmagic speaker 2:20 - 200 MB

I checked the all settings in the windows which relate to the volume controll and everything OK.

I have no words.

So still the MusicBee is the best MP3 player software!

And thank you for the advices. THanks hiccup!

Questions / Re: Album gain permanent in any player.
« on: August 21, 2016, 12:00:52 PM »
Problem solved.

I wrote a post, but I lost it so now I am going to take a video and after I am goin to upload, because noone will believe what is happening here.

Questions / Re: Album gain permanent in any player.
« on: August 21, 2016, 11:39:28 AM »
Sorry I am quite new to edit mp3, two-three months ago I started to find I music player to make playlist befor I used Winamp with drag and drop technology :) nothing else. I used the permanent word to emphasize I cannot change back.

No I do not use virtual machine to synchronize. I have a USB3 external hard drive. OPSYS: Windows10.

For playing the musics I have winamp. To edit the musics (Copy and paste, fade in, fade out, export MP3, I use Cool edit pro)
I have an MP3Tag software and the Musicbee. Now I have some others :) ID3Remover, MP3 gain That track or album I touched only with the MusicBee software.

I have mp3 files 320kBit and unfortunately this LP I sent back to Argentina from Europe. But I am going to try to open it and export to another filetype.

I have tried to rise up the gain with the MP3Gain software. I raised up the gain +12 dB x 6 times. The result is same level of the sound, but the quality of the music is turned to a constant overdriven noise.

And Yes I see the waves in the software so the music is there just I cannot play :)

Questions / Re: Album gain permanent in any player.
« on: August 21, 2016, 11:11:11 AM »
According the Wikipedia the gain is stored in the ID3v2 tag, so in this case I thought we do not have any problem I just delete the tags and everything will be OK. But no I used the ID3Remover1.2 from I removed the tags and nothing change the track is almost silent the sound is very very low and unfortunately I am getting a fright to use the Gain adjustment and the volume adjustment in the MusicBee :( And I have to eat some chocolatebar... :) SO I hope we can find a solution to get back the level of the sound. If someone wants I can upload a track if necessary.
Thanks a lot to take care about my problem.

Questions / Re: Album gain permanent in any player.
« on: August 21, 2016, 11:05:39 AM »
Now I have 3.0.6067 and before hmm I donno but defenetly it was a 3.0.XXXX I have installed few months ago.

Questions / Re: Album gain permanent in any player.
« on: August 21, 2016, 10:50:42 AM »
I just have tried to fix the gain with the MP3Gain from Sourceforge. But nothing. THere was -9 track gain and -9 or -7.5 album gain I set back to zero and nothing.

So now I have to do a whole non zipped backup from my musics to be sure will not give me a problem in the future.

Questions / Album gain permanent in any player.
« on: August 21, 2016, 09:17:20 AM »
The problem is solved and not related to the MusicBee, but very strange and unbeliveable.


I have an album and from that I use only one track in my playlist. The track was too loud. I reduced the volume in the playlist (right click on the track, edit..., settings tab -> volume adjustment - 35% and after I set up a custom equalizer to boost the bass). After when I finished it was everything perfect for me. But today I played the playlist and that music is almost silence, the sound is very very very low, other songs from other albums are good same like they were. I opened that silent mp3 in two different player (winamp, mediaplayer) and the sound level is same very very low. I opened other tracks from that folder (same album) and another tracks are similar, almost silent. :(

First I set off the Replay gain, nothing changed, from the settings tab I set back the volume in the original, nothing happened. I restored the volume to original form the menu, nothing. ;( I was almost crying.

I opened the file in music editor, I see the waves of the music, it seems like the waves are there, but I cannot set back the original volume.

Another try: Set back the original volume, and after Analyse volume menu and Adjust calculated replaygain values I set to zero and Proceed, after in the Track gain information shows -7,3 dB.

I removed the Music Bee and nothing changed the mp3s in that folder permanently almost silent tracks. Reinstalled the music bee nothing changed.

I would like to ask help how can I set back the track files to play on normal volume? Or is this remain permanent and I have to convert my CD again? Thanks a lot, I am looking forward for a solution, thank you very much.

Questions / Re: Delete Library
« on: April 15, 2016, 09:05:07 AM »
I found a solution because I did not find any instruction. Move your cursor over the library, you will see the folder where is your library. Close MusicBee, Open a Windows Explorer find the folder and delete. Start Music bee... the rest is your resort ;). I hope it can help.

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