Multiroom streaming music products manufacturer CasaTunes has launched a new music discovery feature that it said “quickly discovers, indexes, and plays networked music” that exists on any PC, Mac, or storage device connected to a CasaTunes music system product.
CasaTunes QuickSync automatically detects changes to a user’s iTunes library and synchs the iTunes music, playlists, and cover art, according to CasaTunes. Further, music files can be copied to the CasaTunes server or played from the original location, and QuickSync is a scalable solution that can easily handle large collections with over 100,000 songs.
“We often find customers music scattered across multiple PCs, Macs and even various network storage devices,” David Krinker, President of CasaTunes, said in a statement. “Our customers are searching for a solution which brings order to this chaos. CasaTunes QuickSync quickly and automatically discovers all their music, regardless of where the music is located, and organizes it so they can easily listen to their music.”
The QuickSync feature discovered and catalogs uncompressed (WAV, AIFF), lossless compressed (FLAC, ALAC, WMA), and lossy compressed (MP3, M4A, WMA, AAC) music files, according to CasaTunes. And for audiophiles, it allows for discovery and playback of high-quality recordings like FLAC and Direct Stream Digital music in 24-bit/192Khz.
CasaTunes said QuickSync works with the company’s entire lineup of CasaTunes Music Systems and CasaTunes Music Streamers. The QuickSync update is complimentary for existing CasaTunes customers.