When two titans unite, watch out for some scary-awesome results, like Shaq and Kobe winning three rings, or Lil' Weezy and Juelz jointly realizing "I Can't Feel My Face". Witness the coming together of your computer's two titans, with SonicSwap
The South Bay's own Swap virtually replicates your iTunes library via YouTube, allowing you to access those same jams on any computer that's Internet-connected (if yours isn't, then how are you reading this? seriously, how?). First, Swap analyzes your library & playlist metadata (no actual files go anywhere), and a minute later, any of those tracks that can be found on YouTube pop up in your browser's iTunes-like interface; being that it's YouTube, sometimes you do get a concert vid or some random iteration of your song -- then again, that fat kid totally owns "Numa Numa". Swap also believes in sharing: when you're rockin' your library or any playlist, simply pass the page's url to friends; or, click any track's envelope icon to send a link that'll start things off with that song, so they don't begin at the beginning, and end up forced to go Whole (Space) Hog
To help you discover new tunes, Swap lets you listen to any Swapper's library, whether or not you're a member; find a kindred spirit, and maybe you two can join forces -- and everyone knows, once babygurl4u and LilBuckaroo1982 unite, no one's gonna feel their face.