MP3 tagging for the lazy: minimum settings, minimum user interaction.
Ever got frustrated by how your iPod/iPhone duplicates albums uploaded from PC, or "cuts" them down, or sorts at its own mysterious "discretion"? Ever felt disappointed when your favourite personal compilation had scattered to pieces in your player? Forget the hassle of trying to find that misspelled artist name, which "doubles" the album in iTunes. Now everything is fixed automatically, with a few clicks of a button, to keep your albums together.
taghycardia can also be used as a diagnostic tool that tells what is wrong with your mp3 tags, and based on that info you can later reorganize and fix your music library using specialized tag and rename tools. Part of this task can be accomplished with the integrated group tag editor, which allows the fixing of many tag faults in a semi-auto mode with the help of the Discogs.com database.
In addition, the program can be used as an efficient auto cover art fixer: it uses both local and online cover art images to tag mp3 files that lack embedded pictures.
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