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Music library management can be an entirely frustrating experience, especially if you have years of unorganized music waiting to be sorted and labeled properly.Poor music library management will come back and bite you later when you’re listening to music on-the-go and you can’t navigate your songs without confusion.
I purge my music collection on a regular basis so I, admittedly, don’t have a huge music library, but it’s still large enough that I avoid organizing it due to the inevitable headaches.I can’t imagine how much more difficult it would be if I actually had dozens of gigabytes of music.If you can sympathize with these frustrations, here are some tools that will cure those headaches.Sometimes you just need to start over from scratch.Maybe the ID3 tags across your music library have no rhyme or reason to them and they do more harm than good.Or maybe you just want a clean slate on a few albums so your automatic tagger can do its thing.
Whatever the reason, sometimes you just need a tag remover. Open the program, drag and drop whichever files or folders from which you want to delete ID3 tags, and click “Remove.” Done. meant to aid you in managing the metadata for songs in your library.MP3Tag supports most of the common metadata formats including ID3v1, ID3v2.3, ID3v2.4, i Tunes MP4, WMA, Vorbis Comments, and APE Tags, so you’ll have no problems managing your music regardless of the type of music you have.MP3Tag has a few advanced features to make your life easier if you so choose to use those features: Use MP3Tag if…you just need a one-time library metadata revamp and don’t need many advanced features.MP3Tag is great for batch editing tags and album art, yet lightweight enough that you aren’t bogged down by extraneous features you’ll never use.For those of you who don’t know, Music Brainz is a wonderful central database full of CD information and metadata.