|Why do you care? It’s really awful when you
copy a musical such as Phantom of the Opera, the Overture comes out as Track 7
because it starts with an O. So, when you listen
to it on your computer, burn a CD or load it in your MP3 player, you're
hearing everything in the WRONG order, TILL NOW.
And it’s the same for symphonies, concertos and even rock and roll or folk music.
You can’t easily get the tracks in the order you want them AND KEEP THEM THERE.
What we've done is to invent and implement an elegant solution to this problem.
And it’s not just available to you when you Rip CDs or manually when you burn
CDs or load your MP3 Player.
You just do this once using DAK's New Playlist Manager. So, your
music will be in the order you want, sound the way you want and be totally under
your control 1) on your computer, 2) when you burn CDs and 3) when you transfer
it to an MP3 player.
OK that was the genesis, but there's much more.
Here's a brief list of 5 of the most important features. Below you'll learn all
about using them to dramatically enhance the way you store, track and listen to
Click Each Link For More Details.
1. Preserve Playlist Order – Windows wants to
alphabetize all the tracks you put in your computer, burn to CDs and load in your
MP3 Players. Now you can preserve the proper order so overtures come first, movements
are in order and songs are in the order that they were intended.
2. Print Playlist - Sure you can print a list
from some CD burner programs. But never before can you print a list of all or
any of the tracks you've recorded, ripped or just have in a folder on your computer.
Just load them and print them. Now for the car, for your MP3 player or for your
CDs, you can print all the track names or import them into a fancy label printing
3. Rename Files - When you record from LPs and cassettes the files aren't
named, or they are just numbered. Now just click the file and instantly give it
any name you'd like. Change a Name, lengthen it or shorten it. It's all easy and
4. Direct Export to MP3 players -
No need to drag and drop. Just choose your MP3 player or other device
and export the current playlist right into the unit.
5. Create Playlists - M3U playlists are the standard
format for virtually all MP3 and Wave Players in your computer. All you do is
load the tracks you want. Put them in the order you want and save the ‘Playlist’.
Then whenever you click the Playlist Icon on any computer, Windows Media Player
(or your default music player) will load and play all the tracks you put in the
playlist in the order you chose. It’s very powerful, but for you, now it’s just
Much more. OK, let’s get started with the tutorial.
That's it. Let's go.