MusicBrainz tagger is an application that automatically looks
up albums and tracks in your music collection and then writes clean metadata
tags (ID3 tags, Vorbis comment fields, etc) to your files. Once installed, you
simply have to hit ”Search for Song Info" and it fills in all the
fields, correctly tagging mp3's that you have, from whatever source. Although not
entirely accurate (we found it left out just under a fifth of 3,000), the
conversion rate is still impressive and could prove to be an essential tool for
big music libraries in need of a little TLC. Linux users can also rejoice with the release of Picard, a cross platform tagger thats works much in the same way.
Check it out here.
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