Duplicated Artist Names in your Music Library
Check your MP3 library. Whether you use iTunes, Windows Media Player or an app on your smartphone, look through your artist names.
There's a good chance you'll find duplicate artist entries, like I did. And it's annoying. All it takes is a tiny variation to create a separate Artist entry.
"Beatles", "The Beatles" and "Beatles, The" might mean the same thing to you.
Not to your PC. Not to your smartphone.
DAK's Batch ID Tagger: Get Organized Faster
Outsmart your smartphone by editing your MP3 files in bulk. Fill out the info once and apply the new artist info to every song in the album.
A neat, tidy, and correctly tagged music library is just a few clicks away.
Oh, and now you can even add Album Art
AutoGrab: Add Album Art to All Your MP3 Tracks
You'll love this one.
AutoGrab feature, DAK's Batch ID Tagger will automatically search a music database to find and add the right cover art for your album.
It's the easiest thing to do. Enter the Artist and Album name,
click AutoGrab, and that's all it takes.
Finally, you have the ability to fully tag your tracks with title, artist, album art, track number and more.
Because your spelling needs to be consistent for digital music libraries
to properly organize your tracks.
Save hours of work by using DAK's Batch ID Tagger to label your tracks, leaving you with more time to enjoy your music.