I have searched for tagging SW in both Windows and Mac (Unix/Linux would be OK as well) that is easy to use and has reliable, repeatable results. This SW is what I was looking for and is also what I would have written if I was so inclined. It is a spreadsheet looking interface, which works for me; others have complained about it, but it is impossible to write a UI that works for everybody (try it sometime). Years ago, they had some issues when Apple updated the OS, but they worked them out; When I complained to them, they sent me a beta release to try and that worked.
I have individually fixed the tags on over 700 albums and there is only one album that has problems - I think it was the ripping that caused them. If only these guys wrote a ripping/converting program, my music processing problems would be over.
By uncompressed music lover on Dec 31, 2020, USA
Ich habe lange nach einem Tool fÃ¼r die Bearbeitung meiner Musiksammlung gesucht und bin mit dem Tag Editor nun endlich fÃ¼ndig geworden. Das Programm lÃ¤uft sehr schnell und in Zusammenarbeit mit To Audio Coverter das perfekte Team. Vielen Dank an die Entwickler!!!
By Sobolt on Dec 04, 2020, Germany
i registered for a month and it did the job which i should edit all my list minimum in 2 months just in an hour. I really appreciate.
Tag Editor's interface is organized as an Excel-like spreadsheet, where each column represents an audio tag, a file or audio property. Tag Editor displays columns of two types:
Editable columns with audio tags, like Artist, Album, Artwork, and others. Those audio tags can be changed and saved. Saved tags are embedded in audio files.
Read-only columns, which show file or audio properties, such as the Duration, Bit Rate, and others, are not editable and can be used for the creation of new tags and removing of lower quality duplicates.