MediaMonkey for Windows (now and then noted as MMW) is a computerized media player and media library application created by Ventis Media Inc., for arranging and playing sound on Microsoft Windows working frameworks. By utilizing modules, it very well may be stretched out to deal with video and other media arranges also.

MediaMonkey utilizes the freemium authorizing model; the base program is accessible as freeware however an excellent gold permit opens extra highlights, for example, the capacity to have various media assortments, the capacity to sort out documents naturally, and others.

Both versions can be broadly improved with skins, outsider modules, and client created augmentation contents. It utilizes SQLite to deal with its database.

Sound CDs

Music can be torn from Audio CDs and encoded into most upheld positions. Music can be copied to CD/DVD position in packed or CD sound configuration, alternatively normalizing the volume level of the tunes in the process.[3]

Upheld groups

MediaMonkey underpins music playback utilizing MP3, AAC, WMA, FLAC, MPC, APE, and WAV. It can modify volume levels consequently utilizing ReplayGain and MP3Gain.[3]

Music library

MediaMonkey’s music library endeavours to sort out and order a client’s music assortment. Upon establishment, it will filter the client’s hard drives for music documents and add them to its library.

Appraisals and playback data can be imported from other media players, for example, Winamp and Windows Media Player.[4] Podcasts are upheld through the Podcatcher which permits the client to buy into digital recordings that MediaMonkey will consequently download. It can likewise screen the client’s hard drive to guarantee that any progressions are naturally refreshed in the library.

Gadget sync

MediaMonkey can adjust music records with most versatile sound gadgets including the Apple iPod, Apple iPhone, Palm Pre, and Android-based gadgets.


MediaMonkey has support for outsider modules to broaden the base usefulness. Accessible modules incorporate a Last.FM scrobbler, a module to show verses, and a web remote-control interface.[6] MediaMonkey additionally underpins the Winamp 2 API, permitting a client to utilize any of the many info, yield, DSP, and perception modules created for Winamp.


Melodies DB

MediaMonkey was first evolved in 2001 under the name Songs-DB. Melodies DB adaptation 1.0.0 was discharged on October 12, 2001. Advancement advanced consistently with variant 1.1 discharged June 7, 2002.[9] Songs-DB 1.1 was the principal rendition to give Winamp module support.[10]

Version 1.2 was discharged on July 3, 2002, and included improved Winamp module support, noteworthy UI upgrades, and scripting support.[11] Version 1.3 was discharged on October 31, 2002, and included Ogg Vorbis support and the capacity to copy CDs.


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