Music Box is a handy database for your music files. If you have a large collection of them, it will help you to organize and keep them in order. Tracks can be grouped by artist, album, genre, volume, or category. Tracks can be organized into as many categories and subcategories as you need. A search function allows you to find the CD or DVD on which you stored your tracks. Music Box reads and edits the metadata information of the tracks (ID3 tags, iTunes AAC tags, etc.). The MP3, AAC, MP4, Ogg Vorbis, Monkey's Audio, and FLAC formats are supported. Music Box's data can be exported to HTML, text, or XML.
|Tags||Desktop Environment tools multimedia Sound/Audio Utilities|
|Operating Systems||Mac OS X|
|Implementation||C++ Objective C|
Release Notes: When deleting a track, orphan albums/artists/volumes (i.e. those without any related track left) will be removed from the database.
Release Notes: Multiple nodes in the groups tree can be selected at once (so you can select multiple artists, albums, et cetera). A "Reveal in Finder" function has been added to the tracks context menu and properties dialog. WAV files can be added to the database: they will appear without any meta data, since they don't contain any, but it's useful for catalog your sounds with Music Box. A couple of bugs have been fixed.
Release Notes: The database engine (SQLite) has been updated to the latest version.
Release Notes: This release allows users to read and edit FLAC meta data.
Release Notes: An error that caused Music Box to get stuck (at least on Leopard) at the welcome message when it was first run has been fixed.