7 Best MP3 Taggers

Best MP3 Tagger

Here we are with a list of the best MP3 tagger utilities – also known as metadata editors – that can be found out there. We’ve sifted through all of them, and picked up the ones that are unique and serve the purpose in an efficient manner. Transferring songs to your MP3 devices is an easy process altogether, but most of them have their own segregation tools that place the music into various categories depending on traits like Artists and Albums that are embedded into individual files in the form of ID3 tags. If by any means, your music files contain messed up tags, they’re synced onto your devices in a wayward manner. These tools which we’ve mentioned in the space below will help you resolve this issue without having to change the tags of your files by right-clicking on each of them. Let’s not waste any more time on introductions, and get going with the compilation.

1. Mp3tag:

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This is a free utility for all Windows PC users, and it does a really good job while letting you organize your music files. It not only supports MP3 files, but also grants compatibility for many other audio file formats like aac, flac, ape, mp3, mpeg-4 (mp4/m4a/m4b/itunes compatible), mpc and more. This metadata editor grabs hold of a simple user interface, and lets you manage the tags on your files pretty easily. Although it’s available only for Windows, it is indeed possible to run it on Unix-like operating systems by using Wine.

2. TuneUp Media:

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Boasting of the ability to manage, organize and totally transform your digital music collection, TuneUp makes its way into this catalog equipped with a number of advanced functions. It is actually an add-on for iTunes which you can download either on your Windows or Mac machines. All you need to do is drag and drop music files from iTunes on TuneUp and watch it wave its magic wand. Once it’s done, it presents you with the likely options that can be tagged onto your files for them to get properly organized. All you need to do following this is approve or alter its selections. A free trial version is available, but you’ll need to cough up some bucks in order to purchase it fully.

3. TagScanner:

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This neat software performs incredibly well in its job of organizing your music in an easy manner. You can employ it to edit tags of common audio formats, rename them based on their tag and stream information, generate tag information from filenames as well as perform any transformations of the text from tags and filenames. Moreover, it supports all main types of audio files, apart from allowing you to resize cover art for portable devices. And that’s not all; it even grabs hold of its own audio player so that you don’t need to move to any other utility if you wish to listen to some music while you’re working with it. This completely free tool is available only for Windows.

4. EasyTag:

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The next entry to our collection is available for download on Linux and Windows operating systems, and is completely free. You can make use of this little tool for viewing and editing tags for mp3, mp2, mp4/aac, flac, ogg vorbis, musepack, monkey’s audio and wavpack files. It has been equipped by its makers with an uncomplicated GTK+ interface which makes the process of using it a breeze. Moreover, just like most of the other applications from this list, it also grants support for a number of distinct languages.

5. MetatOGGer:

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Apart from performing the basic desired functions of renaming, tagging and classifying music files, it also delivers the benefits of acoustic fingerprinting and scripting, while also performing downloads of lyrics and cover art. This Windows-only tool utilizes the Microsoft .Net 3.5 framework which you’ll need to download if you don’t have it installed, in order to get it up and running. And it’s completely free, making it an excellent option for someone who’s looking for such software.

6. MusicBrainz Picard:

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Here’s one more superb utility which has made it to this roster based entirely on the amazing attributes it kicks in. Available for download on Linux, Windows and Mac, MusicBrainz Picard grabs an Album-focused approach in the sense that it focuses on grouping audio files into albums rather than treating them as separate entities. Since it has been created by MusicBrainz, it is the official tagger for the said service. It features support for a majority of audio file formats, and is also able to use audio fingerprints and perform CD lookups and disc ID submissions. In addition, a number of different plug-ins are available for this utility, that look to expand its features furthermore.

7. foobar2000:

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foobar2000 features a highly modular design approach which makes it an incredibly simple tool to work with. This program employs a customizable user interface layout, and is available for the Windows platform. And apart from enhanced tagging capabilities, it also includes support for ripping Audio CDs and transcoding all supported audio formats. It has been developed by Peter Pawlowski who happens to be a former freelance contractor for Nullsoft, the software house responsible for creating Winamp. Naturally, he has used his expertise to ensure that this tool has its own music player.

Conclusion:

Those were all the best MP3 tagger software that we’d like you to have a look at before you choose which one suits you best. Do drop in a comment or two about what you thought about them.