Keep It Clean – Music management redefined

Music directory is the second most chaotic directory after Downloads and surely this is not a good thing for music lovers. Everything is good until you are using your favorite music manager for listening songs but the moment you have to visit the music directory to copy some songs to external device or something ,you realize what a mess it is. The enormous amount of songs in one folder tends to make loading the directory slow and sometimes even not responding. Arranging such large volume of music manually is time consuming and redundant, even if you arrange them manually once it will be same mess again within few weeks. So what to do ? We need some automated way to this arrangement and this is where my new project come in to existence. Keep It Clean is a perl script which arranges your music files based on artists, albums, year you name it. Right now the script is in its infancy and can only arrange music based on albums. You can find the source code on github. If you are a music lover or perl programmer or both or something else and want to contribute, feel free to send pull requests. Although right now its functionality  is limited but in my opinion its a treat to all music lovers for whom digging through music directory is a nightmare.

I hope this proves to be a worthy project for all music lovers.

P.S. This is my second blog post within 24 hours. I’m actually getting a hang of it 😛


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