Version 3.8.8 - 26 September 2017
Keep Track is a music organising and playing program (MP3 and WMA files).
Add your music tracks to a database and create batches (playlists). Via
the Search window, add,
remove and change the order of tracks while playing through. Tracks fade out and
overlap to give a professional sound.
Visit the Keep
Track website for the latest updates and information.
Please click on a link below to learn more.
Creating a new Database
Working with Keep Track
Changes since Version 3.8.7 - 1 March 2012
- Problem fixed where 0 byte music file was created if a filename in the database does not exist in the file system
- Mouse cursor stayed as 'hourglass' in some cases when it should not
Changes since Version 3.8.6 - 12 July 2011
- Shortcut creation problem fixed
Changes since Version 3.7.8 - 11 May 2010
It is now possible to add tracks to the Search window while Keep
Track plays through them (either randomly or consecutively). This is
useful if you were playing through a play list for a party, for example, and
someone made a request to play a particular track - the track could then be
added without affecting the playing of the tracks.
A playing track now fades out when another is selected and the
new track is started over the fade out. Also when one track finishes,
the next starts over the very end of the previous one. Therefore Keep
Track is now a lot better for public performances.
When opening a database, you are now presented with a window from
where you can select a batch (play list) to play. I added this as it is
probably what most users would want to do most of the time.
- You can now double-click on a track in
Keep Track Statistics to play it
- Sometimes a play list stopped without
finishing after a track finished - this bug has been fixed
Changes since Version 3.6.2 - 23 September 2007
- Full information visible in the artist and track list. The artist
list displays the artist's name, number of tracks, website, artist ID and the
time and date added. The track list displays the track name, the
filename, the play length of the track, the genre, the date, the track ID and
the time and date added.
- Keep Track Statistics added, which shows, amongst other things, the number
of times a track has been played and the last time it was played for all
- Changeable background picture displayed instead of blank space
- Export customisable HTML report of artists, tracks, batches and Keep Track
- Quick search at top-right of screen for a convenient way to search for a
- Keep Track can now be registered to a user (whereas before full versions
were not personalised)
- Splash screen added
- Aspect ratio fixed for pictures - no more stretched faces
- Artist, track and batch IDs now kept static i.e. they do not change when
deleting other artists, tracks or batches
- Edit track details in its own window
- Playing bug fixed for Windows Vista
- Default font changed to Arial
- Auto wild cards in search i.e. no need to type '*' before and after the
word you want to search for
Changes since Version 3.5.7 - 21 August 2007
- '<Choose batch to play...>' ComboBox on main screen, which is a quicker
way of viewing and playing the contents of batches
- Adding tracks to batches is now quicker thanks to the new 'Add to Batch'
submenu on the Track menu
- Track playing toolbar added in the Search
- Copy files and create shortcuts of MP3/WMA files from the list of search
results to any folder
- Some searches in the database are now
- Bugs fixed
Martin Allen 2001 - 2003, 2006 - 2007, 2010 - 2012, 2017