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Tag: ALBUM ART

Pollux tags your music files in iTunes so you don't have to

Pollux is a new Mac OS X application by Chetan Surpur and Shashwat Kandadai that will automatically tag your music files in iTunes. It is capable of tagging the name, artist, album, album art, genre, year, and lyrics for each song, and it does so by analyzing the song's audio fingerprint. This means that it can draw on a database of tag information, and do so very accurately, even if the song has...

Amazon Album Art Widget for Mac OS X's Dashboard

It's wonderful that iTunes will now automatically search for and add album art to files that are missing it. However, it can only add art for albums that it has artwork for, and while its library is vast, the iTunes Music Store certainly doesn't have everything. When you run into a song or album that iTunes is unable to find art for, what do you do? If you're not sure and you're on a Mac, check...

TuneSleeve - album art importer

Some of the best comments from the recent How to fix your iTunes album art post pointed out some 3rd party tools that are available to make importing album art easier. My favorite of the bunch so far is TuneSleeve. Here are the design goals the developer used to create TuneSleeve: Being able to work with albums, not individual songs. We're talking about album artwork after all, aren't we? ...

How to fix your iTunes artwork

I recently learned a little trick that helped me to fix the artwork that was associated with the songs in my music collection. Over the past few years, I've used a number of different artwork importing tools, with varied results. Although for the most part everything was fine, I began to find that the images that were coming up for some of my songs were completely incorrect. At first it didn't...

iTunes and illegal downloads love Artie

One of the best things about iTunes is that, for your 99 cents a song, you also get album art, and properly (if not always completely) attributed songs. When I first started using the service, I'd already, uh, seen people using Napster. All those songs were great off p2p, but the ID3 info was often wrong, missing, or janked up. Worse, no pretty pictures of the album. Now Artie - The Strongest...