Magic MP3 Tagger 2.2.1
Magic MP3 Tagger has been designed to automatically identify and sort music collections.
The program uses a high sophisticated music identification algorithm to repair, edit, tag, rename and organize MP3 files.
The powerful dynamic identification algorithm combines available song data with an internal music database under consideration of different naming patterns and similarities, various artist albums, compilation discs, known common misspellings and much more.
All common ID3 tag fields like artist, album, title, release year, track number etc. can be batch-edited.
Beside the internal music database, Magic MP3 Tagger also supports the online databases freedb and MusicBrainz in order to download missing album information.
Magic MP3 Tagger can easily organize thousands of music files. You just have to define how you would like to name your files (for example "Artist - Album - Track number - Title") and how your folder structure should look like (for example "Artist Album").
There is an extra mode for various artist albums, and Magic MP3 Tagger also handles duplicate files. Further, you can use sort-able artist names like "Offspring, The" and "Joplin, Janis". Case, bracket, space and track number formatting as well as text replacing is also supported.
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