(PRWEB) September 29, 2005
Mireth Technology Corp. has released version 1.7 of Music Man, its easy to use digital music software that rips from CD, converts between formats, burns to CD, DVD or to USB Flash Drive Memory and plays music files, CDs and directly from USB Flash. Music Man was developed for Macintosh users with MP3 devices other than Apple's iPod.
Music Man runs on Mac OS X. Version 1.7 adds several advanced features including support for Unprotected MPEG-4 Audio (.M4A), support for iTunes Play Lists, burning to DVD, ID3 tag update using FreeDB, and automatic creation of winamp (.m3u) playlists.
"MP3 DVDs are replacing MP3 CDs in car audio because DVD provides an audio and a video solution in one," said Robert Wiebe, VP of Research and Development. "Music Man lets you store over 50 hours of music on one DVD. And if your MP3 DVD gets stolen, or melted in the heat, you can just burn another one. Why risk your iPod or MP3 player in your car when you can use media that's cheap and easy to replace?"
Music Man is the easy way to rip, convert, burn and play MP3, WMA, WAV, AAC, AIF, Audio CD and Ogg Vorbis on Mac OS X. Whether you want to rip, convert, burn or play music, Music Man is the digital music software for Mac OS X that does it all. Music Man offers you all the features you want in an easy to use music player that also includes ripper, converter and burner features, and the ease of use you've come to expect from Mireth Technology.
This version adds several advanced features requested by Mireth customers.
- Burn to DVD
- Support for Unprotected MPEG-4 Audio (.M4A)
- Support for iTunes Play Lists and winamp (.m3u) play lists
- Automatically update the ID3 tags from FreeDB (configurable in the preferences)
- Ripping CDs at different qualities
Support for burning to DVD allows users to burn OGG, WMA, MP3 or AAC files to a DVD. When recording with a digital music format, you can get more than 50 hours of music on a DVD. A music DVD can be played in any computer with a DVD drive, and in many standalone and car DVD players.
Support for Unprotected MPEG-4 Audio (.M4A) allows users to play, burn and convert their AAC (.M4A) files with Music Man. AAC, short for Advanced Audio Coding, is the audio encoding format used by the MPEG-4 Standard, supported by many music programs, including iTunes.
Support for iTunes Play Lists allows users to work with their iTunes Play Lists using Music Man.
Enhanced support for ID3 tags allows users to access ID3 tags using FreeDB during audio CD ripping.
Pricing and Availability:
Music Man is available for immediate download, or on CD-ROM, starting at $19.95. Registered users of previous versions of Music Man can upgrade for free. Educational pricing and volume discounts are available. Music Man runs on Mac OS X. For more information, visit http://www.mireth.com/pub/mpme.html