Yeah - as @st3v3p says - delete that email address. It will be a massive spam magnet otherwise.
You’ll need to give a few more details.
- How many albums?
- Where is the music from - ripped from CDs, or random downloads?
- Which OS - Mac, Windows, Linux, other?
- What do you want to use the music with? Just on the PC or sharing to other devices?
- Do you think iTunes is a music program?
- Do you playback on real speakers or just cheap headphones?
Basically waffle more about how you use your music, and rough collection sizes. then you’ll more likely see if someone is interested.
My day job is IT, my hobby is my music collection.
It is the kind of thing I have done for people in the past. Though the best way is to teach you how better to deal with it all. No one has the “correct” answer. It is all about a solution that fits your needs.
You are certainly correct that the initial bulk is probably easier farmed out - but also making those early mistakes means you learn more.
I spend my day connected to people worldwide solving daft issues with them. So being somewhere else on the planet is not an issue - just a case of juggling time zones. Remote access tools and fast broadband make this a small planet.
Once we narrow down your needs, there are many things you should be able to do yourself. Though I also understand the need to “pay to make it work now” idea. If you have the patience, there is a HUGE amount of free help already on this forum.
We can get you a solution, but first we need to know the details of YOUR collection.