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#1 billthelifer

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Posted 05 May 2012 - 10:32 PM

I'm a budding, young composer (about 300 songs over 40 years) and a little new to the MP3 scene.
I create sound files, usually .wav or MP3 of music but my Vista platform won't let me change or add artist name, track number, etc.

Is there a way to do this on my laptop without downloading $11,000.00 worth of software?

Thanks.

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Posted 06 May 2012 - 06:49 AM

billthelifer, good morning and welcome to Sunday.

When you Right-Click on one of your MP3's, does a menu pop up and offer you a "Properties" option?

If so, please select that and in the window that pops up, you should see a General tab, a Security tab and a Details tab.

It is under the Details tab that you should be able to hover (and click) over any of the fields to add, remove or change any of the details that you want.

I just tried this on a couple of MP3's on my Vista machine without any problems. I've got a lot of cluttered MP3's laying around in my Music folder (free stuff I downloaded from a bunch of singer-songwriters) so I used those.


Please note that I couldn't relplicate this with a wav file, as I don't have any of those, kinda big and all.


Also, just as a quick aside, when you make your MP3's - what app are you using?

Please let me know if that helps.

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