The Fetcher application is a simple and handy program that builds a library of your music.
The program fetches information from metal-archives, discogs, etc., and shows you what you are missing.
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Metallica Metal Archives (MA) ( has an online database that includes the entire back catalogue and music
in detail, including artist, song and album information. It allows you to search and download songs and albums directly from the metal
archive. This is a wonderful place to start if you want to check out some of the online resources.
download Metallica from MA if you have a profile.
Go to MA, search for Metallica and then get information from the discogs database.
– Flexible file formats. You can download from Discogs in FLAC, MP3, WAV, AIFF, CUE, and
MIDI formats. There are options for downloading popular meta-data (track, album and artist names, etc.).
– Automatically adjusts your PC’s download directory, so you don’t have to worry about where things go.
– The program will find your data-files regardless of the file-name, so you don’t have to rename them.
– Fetches the Artist, Track, Album, Genre, Song, and Year information for each song
– Fetches Metadata for album in the directory, like track listing, release date, and more
– Fetches all parts of the album, from the main tracks to the alternate takes
– Fetches song data and MIDI clips for each song, so you can hear the difference between MP3 and the original WAV file.
– Fetches standard and extended Metadata, so you can search for specific filenames, such as “Power Beyond”, and see what other artists have on the same album.
– Fetches artist specific information, like the Artist, Recording company, Album titles, and more.
– Fetches the time-length of the album.
– Fetches Info about the artist and album. (artist name, recording company, release
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Fetcher Product Key fetches information from reliable sources. Fetcher has several options to make the library as complete and up-to-date as possible.
Fetcher looks for albums and singles from various releases and sources. Fetcher also keeps track of the source of each album.
You will need to have the Fetcher program installed on your local computer, as well as a legal copy of the track you wish to add to your library. You will also need the METAL Archives database, which is a free download from metal-archives.com.
Fetcher requires various formats:
1. Artist: The name of the artist who released the album. You can search on the artist name in METAL Archives.
2. Album: The name of the album released. You can search on the album name in METAL Archives.
3. Tracks: The tracklist of the album. You can search on the album name in METAL Archives.
How to add music to your Fetcher library:
1. Open the Fetcher program.
2. Locate the various folders with the various music on your computer:
MultiDisc Sets (which is where all your metal albums are)
Tracks (where all your CD’s are),
Tracks (Where all your MP3’s are),
Tracks (where all your other music is stored on your computer.)
3. Locate the folder with the songs you want to add to your library.
4. Click on the pink tray icon in the Fetcher program. The tray should now appear in the toolbar.
5. Open the appropriate folder that contains your music, and double-click on the file of the song you want to add to your library. This file will launch the music player.
6. Now simply select the track you want to add to your library. This track will be added to the appropriate folder for your albums and singles.
NOTE: If an album has multiple CDs, it will appear on multiple folders with the CD’s listed and appropriate track numbers.
NOTE: If an album has multiple EPs, it will appear on multiple folders with the EP’s listed and appropriate track numbers.
NOTE: All tracks are listed on the tray icon by default. You can select multiple tracks from one folder by holding down the mouse button and dragging the
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At the core of the Fetcher is a Table class that performs some simple routines on a lua table.
The Fetcher uses a separate table to keep track of the connections which have been established with various record groups.
The Fetcher uses a separate table to keep track of the songs fetched so far.
The Fetcher uses a table to keep track of the top 10 most wanted songs.
You get these lists from the user and you can update them from the Command Line, GUI, or use the BIRT script.
This is just a small list of the simple table routines that are used in Fetcher.
Fetcher Table Routine List:
table.insert( i, t )
table.get( i )
table.get( i, index )
table.set( i, index, t )
table.set( i, index, t, value )
table.is_empty( i )
table.remove( i )
table.get_keys( i )
table.get_value( i )
table.remove_value( i )
table.remove_key( i )
table.remove_keys( i )
Fetcher Fetcher Commands:
-P = Toggle GUI
-V = Toggle Verbose
-L = Toggle Lua Logging
-s = Check Delete
-i = Check Last Edit
-s = Update Save List
-h = Display help
Fetcher Lua log format:
Lua Version: 2.2.1
Operating System: Windows
Configuration: debug=1, auto_flush=1, silent=1, trace=1
Version: Fetcher 3.9.2
Compile time: 2017-03-10 15:44
What’s New In?
-Adds the ability to switch from metal-archives and discogs to **Amazon**.
-Sorts your library alphabetically.
-Imports folders of music. You can select a folder to look in, or even create a new folder for each year.
-Shows the titles and genre or artist or… etc. for each new library you add. Every track is given a unique ID for later searching.
-The Fetcher can go to youtube, artist’s bio pages, wikipedia articles. You can specify a Wikipedia page to retrieve more info about a band.
-Adds the ability to export your music library to **winamp**, **rhythmbox**, **ipod**, **on**e or any other **media player** or **music program**. You get all the same control you would in the library except for the export function.
-Can import multiple folders at once. You can also import multiple folders at once.
-Can sort the library manually.
-Can create a new library of a different name, but keeping the same folder structure, if desired.
-Adds the ability to add as many “tracks” (actually, directories) as your music library can handle. You are not limited to just what a typical music player can handle, you can have a complete music library.
-Fetcher will hold your music library in your local drive, or even on a network drive or FTP server.
-Captures bookmarks so you don’t have to keep track of every song’s URI or every artist’s bio page you visit in the Fetcher.
-Can rename your music library if you wish, even rename all the tracks and directories.
-Your music libraries are saved and loaded each time you close Fetcher.
-**WITH XMMS SHORTCOMMAND SUPPORT!!**
-Metal-archives upgraded to 2005 version of their database.
-Discogs upgraded to 2009 version of their database.
-**Fetcher relased** as Open Source software. Please see documentation below and the Download link.
Fetcher Fixes and Enhancements:
-Added the ability to select if photos should be shown in the “album” view, or only at the root level.
-Added folders to last added.
-Added folders to music recommended by music gurus.
-Added tags to music recommended by music gurus.
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