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MusiCHI tagger - experiences
06-06-2014, 21:37
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RE: MusiCHI tagger - experiences
(05-06-2014 21:17)Alpina_Lux Wrote:  The alternatives you name do NOT have the main feature of MusiCHI: a very powerful tagging tool that allows you to automatise the tagging as well as ensuring that the spelling is always identical by comparing it to its own database. I also use dbpoweramp for example, but the metadata that you receive from the freely available databases is usually very bad, at least if you want your own collection to be tagged in a consistent fashion. Therein lies the - in my opinion - huge added value of MusiCHI. It is specialised on classical music and simplifies the tagging of large collections substantially.

Something like that does not exist on the market to my knowledge. Well, the Sonata program maybe, but no one seems to know much about it or to use it.

Thanks for posting this review of MusiCHI. It is very helpful for understanding the capabilities and benefits of this software.

I agree that MusiCHI offers something that other tagging programs don't. For some people, this will be valuable, and for others, it won't.

My concern would be that MusiCHI pushes me towards tagging things in the same way as its built-in database. This isn't a problem if this database happens to match my own preferences for how things should be tagged. Is it possible to customize the database if my preferences are different?
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