YouTube is a great way to get unique music that you can't find anywhere else. In previous posts (and if your using the Flawless Server), I've showed you how to aquire loads of music using the automated newsgroup search tool, Headphones. Headphones is an awesome tool for getting most everything you want musicwise, however it has one shortcomming. It relies entirely on the MusicBrianz open-source music encyclopedia, which is an incredible collection of information. However being open-source and community debendent for submissions, MusicBrainz sometimes lags behind with current releases and is typically void of any super indie, undergroud, or otherwise too small to be important artists. While you can search for your hard to find artists via the major newsgroup indexers, many times this doesn't yield great results.
However, there's another great place to find loads of music, epecially the really hard to find stuff. YouTube!
You've probably already heard of many of these types of tools, but a lot of them involve pasting the URL into a webpage and waiting for your download. Then once you get the mp3, manually moving it to your server to get picked up by your music library manager. But my goal with anything is to make it as automated as possible, and in this post I'll show you how to use two simple Android apps to to achieve a simple YouTube to Server solution, with just a few touches.