Poll

Any girls enjoying MusicBee?

Don't ask me, not one of them.
7 (70%)
Here is one.
3 (30%)

Total Members Voted: 10

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hiccup

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I am honestly curious:
Somehow I have the conception that all MusicBee users and forum members are male.
Am I correct?

And a plea to any jesting forum members, please vote in honest.
I am honestly interested, and hope to get sincere input on this.

frankz

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While the enjoyment of music is universal, I think the act of collecting and managing a music library is a pretty male oriented hobby.  There have been some posters who I thought were female either by way of their user name or for other reasons.

I find this hard to believe, though.

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Andreia

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I've actually just joined music bee today, I've read about it before and today I was just tired of how bad the default windows player (Grove) is. I have a ton of music that I'd like to manage as easily as I manage Spotify, so I'll give this a go and come back to you on that one.  :-X

I think you're right about music management being male oriented, but I've had girl friends that are just as anal as me about tagging music correctly, there's nothing worse than music tracks without tags, drives me up the wall. But then again I'm stupid organised and a bit OCD (which is helpful as a photographer with thousands upon thousands of shots and processes to go through) about my digital life, so I might be an exception.

I'll be working from home today just listening to my music, so I'll let you know how Music Bee feels to me.  :)
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hiccup

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so I'll let you know how Music Bee feels to me.  :)
Great, and welcome to the forum Andreia!
And do share any feedback? New users can have a fresh perspective on things.

frankz

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While the enjoyment of music is universal, I think the act of collecting and managing a music library is a pretty male oriented hobby.
I think you're right about music management being male oriented, but I've had girl friends that are just as anal as me about tagging music correctly, there's nothing worse than music tracks without tags, drives me up the wall. But then again I'm stupid organised and a bit OCD (which is helpful as a photographer with thousands upon thousands of shots and processes to go through) about my digital life, so I might be an exception.
That was a very tactful way of letting me know that my perception may not fit with reality.  ::)  Welcome to the forum.
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Andreia

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My feedback reply got moved here as a new thread, weird, but ok.
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psychoadept

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You asked good questions, but they had drifted off topic for this thread so I moved them to where more people would be likely to find them either to respond or for their own reference. That's all.
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