A year ago I posted about my second year of listening enjoyment on iTunes. Another year has come and gone and my iPod Touch has become how I listen to 90% of my music. I continue to enjoy the organizing of my music library and savor the anticipation of artists waiting in my queue.
I use two different programs to run the statistics. The most polished one is called SuperAnalzyer and it creates some wonderful statistics and graphs.
The other program is a fabulous little script written by Scott Yanff. Thanks Scott for updating it with some new reporting goodies.
These statistics were taken late December 26, 2011 of my personal library. It is a snapshot of a year of iTunes use and listening. After listening to a song a couple of times I will assign a rating to it. Some changes of note:
- 21,108 songs has grown to 25,717 songs with over 4,600 songs being added to the library.
- 1,737 artists has grown to 2,238 artists
- 1,341 albums has grown to 1,710 albums
- I have over 25,000 songs and I have listened to 44% of them at least once. Last year I listened to only 28% of all of my tracks. At this rate it will take me another three years before I listen to everything at least once. Its a hard job but somebody has to do it. 😉