1. Scrivener – I have two (2) Macbooks with it. I use it on windows and OSX, and it is great for those of us that have access.
2. Musicbrainz – I can’t justify using another app over this one. If you’re into musical instruments, you are going to love Musicbrainz. It’s free and features over 100,000 free songs for all of genres.
3. iTunes – iTunes is my preferred free music player application. It has everything you need to manage your music library, including an easy to navigate interface, decent sound quality, and it’s free!
And the most important thing?
4. Practice. Music will make you better at things in life.
So, with all of that said, what are your favourite free music management applications?
I’ll finish with the best free iTunes song learning apps.
1. FLEX (download it here)
Flex is a powerful and easy to use music app for Macs, Windows, and Linux, that allows you to easily and effortlessly stream, download, and manage your music collection without downloading large files again.
2. Songkick Pro (download it here)
As I mentioned before, Songkick Pro allows you to view songs and albums with ease, with a great deal of control over your content. You can view tracks, playlists, albums, and playlists, while playing, watching, and storing videos.
3. Groove Music (download it here)
Groove Music is another song streaming app, and this one makes use of music from services like Pandora, Spotify, Rdio, YouTube, and more. It’s also a great way to stay in touch with friends and family, while keeping your playlists current.
4. iZotope Ozone (download it here)
iZotope Ozone is a fun and intuitive music management program for Macs, as well as Windows and Linux. It’s designed to stream your music anywhere and everywhere, but at a very low cost.
5. Lyrics App (download it here)
Lyrics App is an excellent free song search and learning tool, that features music from iTunes, Amazon, Facebook, Google, and more.
6. Slacker Radio (download it here)
Slacker Radio is a great free music streaming application that lets you listen