Library Monkey
Library Monkey
4.2.2

4.3

Library Monkey free download for Mac

Library Monkey

4.2.2
22 August 2014

Catalog, manage, and process your audio files.

Overview

Library Monkey means no more sifting through endless files to find the spot you want. Now with iTunes importing, Library Monkey can instantly organize and sort your complete library according to your criteria, eliminating hours of sifting, digging and hair-pulling. And just for fun, Library Monkey also features the power Sound Grinder to convert your files while you're at it.

Import It. Import audio assets through several time-saving options including drag-n-drop and a contextual menu item in the Finder.

Organize It. Name, manage and process your assets with a more efficient integration within the Finder. Create Smart Sets to automatically organize your assets by any criteria you desire. Use standard Sets to create a customized hierarchy, where assets can be in as many Sets as needed.

Find It. Search all your libraries or only the ones you desire with a simple selection. Perform complex searches using supported symbols and Boolean options. Refine your searches until you find the right asset. Look up recent searches via the Recent Searches list or pop-up menu.

Process It. Process your assets with time-saving features including Droplets, Rapid Convert, metadata mappings, and more.

Download the 15 day full-featured demo and see the powerful features that are offered in Library Monkey.

What's new in Library Monkey

Version 4.2.2:
  • Fixed an issue when creating split stereo audio files where the 2 channels would inadvertently be mixed before export.
  • Fixed an issue that prevented sourcing metadata from the Database in the Metadata Tab.
  • Fixed an issue that prevented changing the Default Split File Extension Set.
  • Fixed an issue that prevented opening Sessions.
  • Fixed an issue where the metadata fields to search would not be selected properly. -Fixed an issue where searching could cause the application to hang.
  • This version contains several other fixes and enhancements providing greater stability and efficiency.

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2 Library Monkey Reviews

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JH from NY
24 July 2004

Most helpful

This is an incredible app for pro Sound Designers. Not only manages complex sound effects libraries, but also reads simple sample CD's, and converts to a large variety of sound formats like .wav, aif, sd2, etc., and it does it cleaner and quicker than any conversion app out there. Searching and catloguing is fast and easy - works just like a web-browser. Too many results? Refine it. LibraryMonkey ($400) blows away Barbabatch ($400), Audiofinder ($50), and SoundConverter ($15) and they are only converters and not library managers. Closest competitor would be SoundMiner ($400) but a lot more intuitive and doesn't require a dongle. For the money-shy, they also have a nice converter called SoundGrinder ($40) and they sent just me an email about new additions and formats for SoundGrinder so their customer service and updates seem quite attentive. The only con is that the price is a bit steep but considering if you're using this app in tandem with ProTools, it's less than a single PT plug-in. Pros? Rock solid, intuitive, clean conversions from 8-32 bits/8k-192k, and really fast! Really nice stuff!
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Version 1.0.1
Robertcoogan
18 February 2009
I didn't need anything like this until a few weeks ago...now it's indispensable. GUI needs some cleaning up however - it's a bit like staring at a stereo with too many buttons - but on the whole very useful.
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Version 3.1.4
JH from NY
24 July 2004
This is an incredible app for pro Sound Designers. Not only manages complex sound effects libraries, but also reads simple sample CD's, and converts to a large variety of sound formats like .wav, aif, sd2, etc., and it does it cleaner and quicker than any conversion app out there. Searching and catloguing is fast and easy - works just like a web-browser. Too many results? Refine it. LibraryMonkey ($400) blows away Barbabatch ($400), Audiofinder ($50), and SoundConverter ($15) and they are only converters and not library managers. Closest competitor would be SoundMiner ($400) but a lot more intuitive and doesn't require a dongle. For the money-shy, they also have a nice converter called SoundGrinder ($40) and they sent just me an email about new additions and formats for SoundGrinder so their customer service and updates seem quite attentive. The only con is that the price is a bit steep but considering if you're using this app in tandem with ProTools, it's less than a single PT plug-in. Pros? Rock solid, intuitive, clean conversions from 8-32 bits/8k-192k, and really fast! Really nice stuff!
Like (2)
Version 1.0.1
$129.00

4.3

App requirements: 
  • Intel 32
  • PPC 32
  • Mac OS X 10.5.0 or later
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