Monday, January 19, 2009

Musicy Awarded the True Freeware Award by

Today, the Musicy team received an award from the good people at Asmanow Razvan, the Editor In Chief at, said:

"We are pleased to inform you that your software Musicy has been awarded by our editors. ...

...Great job, we're really impressed! ...

...We have found it to be clean of any form of badware (viruses, spyware, adware, etc.)... "

Sunday, January 18, 2009

Musicy Released

Musicy released an update today! This version includes better support for screens with a 4:3 viewing ratio, slightly improved GUI, and a bug fix or two.

Download it now (it's free) to begin enjoying internet radio more than ever!

Saturday, January 17, 2009

Musicy Project Welcomes New Developer to Team!

On Saturday, January 17th, the Musicy project extended a welcome to new star programmer Kyle "crunkilicious" Cartright. Kyle comes to us with extensive experience with Microsoft's .Net Framework, and C#. We are excited to see him join the team and look forward to the impressive contributions that we know he can make to our software.

Friday, January 16, 2009

Musicy Downloaded Over One Thousand Times

All around the world... In their own languages... At their own leisure... People are finding and listening to amazing music. Not bad for Musicy's first five days.

Thursday, January 15, 2009

Musicy Certified 100% Free by

With Softpedia's new certification, Musicy now has an independent 3rd party certification that it contains no spyware, adware, or viruses. If you've been waiting to download Musicy until you knew for sure that it was safe, now's your chance!

Wednesday, January 14, 2009

Musicy Gaining a Following

Hurray! I'm thrilled. Musicy seems to be catching on with some in a big way.

According to the summary statistics on the SourceForge website, Musicy has been downloaded from SourceForge over 700 times!

Musicy is also available from many other sites, so in actuality, Musicy has probably been downloaded much more, but there's no way to know exactly how much.

Hopefully this will generate a buzz and a crack team of developers will appear to help turn Musicy into everything it has to potential to be. With a few more hands on deck, Musicy could go bigtime!

If you're interested in seeing some of the sites that review and provide downloads for Musicy, there are several links provided below:

Happy Surfing! Happy Streaming! Happy Ripping!

If you are interested in becoming a Musicy developer, email

Tuesday, January 13, 2009

Musicy Released Today!

This version of Musicy has all of the same great features as the previous versions of Musicy, but has also added a small feature that provides tips while searching (filtering) in the mp3 library.

Musicy Tip #2:

Do you know about Musicy's "Remove Small Files" button?

This secretly awesome jewel lies within Musicy's "Library" interface. The "Remove Small Files" button fires off a team of specially trained snipers who hate station intro's and incomplete files. The snipers rummage through your MP3 library and delete all of the MP3s that are to small to possibly be of any use.

As far as size is concerned, Musicy currently reviews all files based on the 1MB rule. Less than a MegaByte, and out you go! It's amazing how useful this feature can be. I know that I've saved hours!

On a side note I was listening to beautiful streaming MP3s with Musicy at work today. Were you?

Happy streaming!

Musicy Tip #1:

Did you know that you can use the "LIKE" filter in the Musicy library with the '%' wildcard character?


artist LIKE %grateful% (searches for artists with "grateful" in their name, like the Grateful Dead)

file LIKE %(1% (searches for filenames with "(1" in the filename, like when the file is a duplicate of another file.)

Hope you're all enjoying Musicy!

Monday, January 12, 2009

Musicy Featured on

The author would like to give special thanks to for trying and reviewing the Musicy software suite. It gives a programmer much joy when someone uses and appreciates his software.

Checkout their review at:

Musicy Unleashed!

Musicy - It's software for your ears. Music to the people!

Musicy is a new free and open sourced software suite that allows you to find streaming internet radio stations that you like, record (rip) the songs that you hear to mp3s, and manage the music you download.

Don't sit at your computer in silence! Rock out!

Go get it at: