If you have a bunch of music files piling up on your hard drive and it is becoming increasingly difficult for you to manage these files, then you should consider adding metadata tags to those files. For example, if you have MP3 audio files then you can add a wealth of information using the ID3 tags.
For this purpose, we can use Jaikoz Audio Tagger which is an advanced tool for creating and editing tags in audio files. It supports many different types of audio files such as MP4, M4P, MP3, AIFF, FLAC, OGG, M4A, WMA, WAV, DSF etc.
Jaikoz Audio Tagger can be used to automatically analyze all of your music files using online services such as MusicBrainz and add appropriate tags to them. We can use it to add the tags or modify their existing tags in bulk.
The first step is obviously to add all of your music files to the Jaikoz Audio Tagger list. You can drag-n-drop entire folders containing your music files over the Jaikoz Audio Tagger window. Once this is done, you can use a number of tools provided in its toolbar to modify or create the tags.
You can update the metadata using Discogs album ID, update the metadata using MusicBrainz existing ID, manually correct data using MusicBrainz server, auto-correct metadata using Discogs server and more. You can also use some of the tools to retrieve the acoustic ID and update the acoustic ID/MusicBrainz ID pair to their web server.
It offers a number of saving methods – save if matches, save & move, save & move if matches, save & copy, save & copy if matches, force save and more. The program is also able to remove duplicate files, has an advanced data search mechanism and a fully configurable Auto-Correct module.
You can download Jaikoz Audio Tagger from http://www.jthink.net/.