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File Manager Plugin by InvolvedAudio

MediaOrganizer has an average user rating of 4.00 from 1 review

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Reviewed By Skerver [all]
October 18th, 2020
Version reviewed: 1.1.6 on Windows

I was looking for a good solution to better preview my samples in FL I first came across ADSR sample manager & soon found out that all the things i read about it being buggy & unstable as all hell were very much a thing, then came across MediaOrganizer & while it's GUI is not as flashy & feature rich as ADSR's it has yet to crash out on me it just works & the transposing feature is pretty handy. It would be cool if it could tag your samples similar to the feature in the ADSR Manager but I will take the functionality over the features, I would recommend.

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Comments & Discussion for InvolvedAudio MediaOrganizer

Discussion: Active
19 May 2020 at 10:33pm

It really looks promising and solid, I like the design, vibe and the idea behind. The feature that you can play every sample like a sampler - is awesome. The library works like VST instrument and accept MIDI signals.

I like that library is saved in a file and you know where it is. Unlike others, MediaOrganizer doesn't hide the database from you.

But I stumbled upon few disadvantages, maybe in the future they might be resolved.

I scanned my 350 000 samples folder and MediaOrganizer saw all of that files but than it started to add them to the database and I hanged my DAW for like 2 hours and done only 5%. Maybe there is some faster way create the initial catalog and then add the details. I restarted the app and now it seems okay, idk. I did rescan and it doesn't act like it was interrupted.

The other feature that I would like - disable re-sampling and trigger initial pitch for all MIDI keys that I press. Sometimes I am really not sure if I play the right key to hear original version.

And the last thing: somehow easy show files for currently selected directory. Something that can recursively search in sub-directories and show all the files in a given directory and its sub-directories.

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