I wish I could say more about it, to be honest. I just don’t know enough about MP3tunes to say whether or not that locker is worth the time.
So you’ve ripped all your CDs on your hard disk, and you now have gigabytes of MP3 songs that you have no idea how to back up in case of disaster. Wouldn’t it be nice to have something offsite, easy to use, and not that expensive? Enter MP3tunes’ Locker service, a clever way to backup and synchronize your music files.
Here’s the deal. You load a couple of agent programs on your PC (there are versions for Windows, Mac OS X, and Linux available). They find your music files and begin to stuff them in your locker. You can synchronize in either direction (send everything up, send everything down, or both), and specify particular folders or directories that you want it to search for the music. The service also offers a Web client, so you can listen to your tunes directly from your locker when you aren’t in front of your music library. [Read the rest]
[tags]windows,mac os x,mp3tunes,locker,music library[/tags]