DOES YOUR MUSIC LIBRARY LOOK LIKE THIS?
I’m sure there are many libraries out there that share the same problem. Missing album artwork—or, Artist and Title. C’mon, don’t be scared. Admit that you are ashamed to let anyone see your library—its like not wanting to take off your shirt at the pool because you’re disgusted with yourself, even though you shouldn’t care what others say about you (no ones perfect in this world). A quick fix would be going to the gym right? So why isn’t there a quick fix when it comes to our music?
Music Tagger is a music tag editor that introduces automated features like lyrics grabbing & album art grabbing to make the process of tagging your song files quick and easy. Music Tagger also uses an audio identification system to automatically identify and tag your files individually or in batch. Album information is pulled from the MusicBrainz database which can also be directly accessed and tag information for each track downloaded and applied to files manually.
Music Tagger is also capable of organising and renaming your song files once they have been tagged.
Folders for artists and albums can be created and files renamed based on renaming structure selected from the given options.
This one app will transform your library helping you find that missing album cover and song title. Other information too (e.g. track #, year and genre)!
When you first open up the app, you see the different options you can choose from to edit your music. You can edit your songs individually or select a whole album to edit. Auto-Tag will find every piece of information in just one click. If you take this route, note that there needs to be at least some information already available in order for Auto-Tag to work. The rest is pretty self-explanatory and instead of me going through each one and explaining, I’ll show you an example.
For this example I’ll be editing one song, you will go to Edit Songs. Next, select a song—I will use Nirvana – Come as You Are. *This song has all ready been edited, so pretend like nothing’s there**
Once we’ve selected our song, you will see…
If you know some of the missing data, you can fill in the blanks manually otherwise go here.
Search for artist.
Choose the correct one!
Once you’ve selected the artist, you will then find the song. Select the song and choose Apply Meta Data to a File. All done! In no time, your library will start looking all nice and pretty.
If you need any help, comment down below.