Song Director is Certified virus clean and has a safe Certificate from Softpedia also a safe site according to VirusTotal. It’s also a reputable site according to Web of Trust, and Norton Anti-Virus. The issue is with the The Windows “Smart Screen Filter” since it doesn’t know about our small company and this unknown .exe file. It assumes all unknown .exe files from small business are viruses, which is not true. Song Director is safe to install but some browsers and antivirus programs may mistake it as unsafe since they haven’t seen it before. There is NO virus/malware on Songdirector.com and it is a small download of only 1.1 MB. Download safely here: http://songdirector.com/download
To know which version you are using go the pull down help menu and choose “about”
To get the latest version, simply download Song Director again from the website and install it into the same location as before, just like the first time. The setup program will not overwrite any of your existing data. Here are the changes:
My server tower has over 300,000 songs located on a 4TB external hard drive downstairs. I can access any of these songs with Song Director from my laptop or Windows tablet. I have my laptop connected to my home stereo system upstairs and connected to the wireless network. I play all my songs with Song Director on my large stereo system. I also have a computer office in the loft which can access the network music drive downstairs. I can set up playlists, categories and perform advanced music searches at any location of my home by accessing the 4TB music drive downstairs.
New review of Song Director Music Player from a customer:
“I have been using your Song Director for the last few days. It is by farthe best song program out there.
I have one recommendation: Don’t change anything, Don’t try to improve it. Don’t embellish it.
Everyone I’ve come across who has a good program winds up destroying it by “improving” it or adding
stuff that is neither needed or wanted.”
“As for your program:
It took under a minute to index 2000 .wav songs.
Your index look-up is perfect… especially when you get a song in your head but can’t put your finger on it. The random feature is just what I need although it is hard to test. Note that the one car radios use has a tendency to repeat as if they didn’t know what random meant.”
The question of analog vs. digital audio is one of the more hotly debated questions in the world of music, film and media today. Does digital sound better? Does analog sound better? Is there even a noticeable difference?
It’s impossible to understand the difference completely without understanding what distinguishes analog audio from digital audio. A full discussion of these terms is best left to your curriculum and discussions with your mentor in the studio. For now, though, here’s a brief explanation of what these two words mean, and the differences between them.