Tech Stuff: Cleaning Up Your Music Library


For years, I've had an ugly music library. Very little cover art, inconsistent album titles, artists, etc. I ripped all my old CD's years ago, and the formats seem to have varied quite a bit. A couple months ago I finally found a solution to clean the whole mess up. Now that I've switched to iTunes, the cover art is a nice thing to have, as it's shown on AppleTV and on the iPod when you listen. The cleanup process is very simple using a tool (which I purchased for about $20) called TuneUpMedia.

TuneUp will listen to clips of your songs for you and then search them in an online database to come up with the right info and then retag your whole library. It will also add missing cover art and even detect duplicate tracks. Very nice. It loads up along side iTunes or Windows Media Player.

I don't normally shell out bucks for this type of stuff (figuring that there's always a freebie if I look long enough), but this one was worth it.

There's a free version you can try that's limited as to the amount of data it will convert.

Comments

kevandcan said…
Really cool. I'll check it out
Lori said…
Oh that's a good tip!

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