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Trying to organize my music


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#1 PapaSmurf88

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Posted 15 May 2005 - 02:32 AM

Im trying to organize my music collections and want to organize everything by Artist/Album. I tried going though and editing all the files myself but that took way to long (gave up after one cd) and was wondering if there was a program that could go out to the CDDB and look up the song title and edit the file to add the Artist and Album. I have many songs that have been downloaded off of p2p programs i.e. kazza, limewire, iMesh, etc. If anyone knows of a easy way to do this or a good program preferably freeware but i am willing to pay plz let me know thanks.
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Posted 15 May 2005 - 03:53 PM

I use MediaMonkey to organize music. You can auto-tag from the Amazon database and also automatically change the filenames after you change the tags. I would use WMP or something to play them though because the built in audio player isn't all that great IMO.




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