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Lala: Your Music + Interwebs = Awesome

Lala Music Mover
I’m sure that many of you have pondered about the mechanics of making your personal music collection readily available on the interwebs. Lala provides a pretty slick solution: It scans your music collection and matches that against the 6m+ licensed songs already on its servers. If it finds a match, you’re done. If not, you can upload your mp3. The scanning process is still a pretty time-consuming one, but I’m already impressed by the ease of this site.

This sure beats sneaking in a portable hard drive to work to offload my mp3s. 🙂

Thanks for the tip, Reggie!


April 16, 2009 - Posted by | Music, Software | , , ,


  1. Hmmm.. I already have a good open source streaming server running at home, but I’m tempted to feed my collection into this service and see what happens. 🙂

    Comment by Joe | April 16, 2009

  2. As a user of spotify I was intrigued, but after reading the small print found out that you get only one free listen per song, after that you have to buy each song for 10c to add it to your online collection.

    I thik ill stick to spotify for now

    Comment by Jan | April 16, 2009

  3. @Joe Nerd. j/k 🙂

    @Jan The 10c/song rule only applies to music you don’t already own. I just played one of my own songs multiple times and no warnings or payment requests popped-up.

    Comment by Mike | April 16, 2009

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