Noob in need of info. 2018-10-13 02:28:54 Hello everyone, I am new to foobar2000 and I was hoping there were some more experienced people around here who could answer some questions I have regarding the program. First of all, let me introduce myself (and my problems). I'm a lover of classical music, particularly Renaissance and Baroque and I have a large collection (around 10k) of CDs which I would like to digitize for ease of use. In my search for "jukebox software" I constantly run into a very specific set of issues, which makes almost all of the software which isn't as highly customizable as foobar2000 unsuitable for my needs. These issues are the following:1- Many of the CDs in my collection are boxsets which can be as large as 200 CDs. I know I can't be the only one having this problem as these types of boxsets are very popular among classical music aficionados. So if any of you are out there, I'd love to know how you deal with this problem, specifically keeping all 200 CDs bundled together as a "complete edition/works". 2- Many of the CDs in my collection contain PDF booklets which contain valuable information such as librettos. And I would very much like to be able to read this information whilst listening to the music. I was wondering if any of you knew of a plugin or a method for foobar which made this possible?And lastly, I would very much appreciate it if anyone knew of any classical music specific foobar discussions/groups. When I go to talkclassical there is a vibrant community of classical music lovers discussing all manner of things. But I don't find many of those people in the foobar forums, and I find it hard to believe that none of these people are digitizing their music. As a 22 year old who is active in the classical music scene I certainly don't buy the myth that classical music is dying and that its remaining listeners are all a-technical old fogies waving their walking sticks at the kids in their yard. This myth is based on the false premise that stuffy expensive opera houses and the big wigs who frequent them are indicative of the vitality of classical music as a whole, yet teenagers blasting Hanz Zimmer's "The Dark Knight" OST and John William's "Star Wars" OST somehow aren't "real classical music listeners".But if you pay attention you'll find yourself almost constantly surrounded by incredibly powerful and beautiful classical music. Just listen to the Assassin's creed 2 soundtrack and tell me that doesn't fit in perfectly with "traditional" classical music.