I’ve been playing with the MoodLogic service for a while. It’s OK, but I’m a little bit leery of using anything that relies on external proprietary server data to organise my own media. Especially when it charges me $39.95 for the privilege.
‘If you have a large collection of digital music (100 songs or more), you need a way to organize your collection and to clean up your badly tagged songs. MoodLogic does this, and much more. How? MoodLogic is powered by a proprietary network of song data provided by the MoodLogic user community and professionals employed by MoodLogic…The MoodLogic network gives you the ability to create the best mixes you have ever created.’
A much better bet – albeit a little more limited – is the MoodAmp freeware program, which relies on your own personal rating system to help you create cool music playlists.