Tomorrow night I’m DJing for my sister-in-laws 30th Birthday party (It’s a long story, I was a professional DJ for about 20 years whilst moonlighting as an IT consultant…). It’s an 80s night and to be sure, she sent me a dvd of 80s mp3s. I imported them into my meticulously maintained iTunes library only to find *shock horror* the tags are all in damn UPPERCASE. Argghhh!
After ten minutes of manually typing the names in the correct title case, I did a quick google and found MP3Tag – a free piece of Windows software (a rariety in itself) that corrects the case of multiple mp3 tags with two clicks of the mouse. It does much more as well, but my library is in such meticulous order, the finer features weren’t required. But so grateful was I, I thought a link and a mention to the marvellous mp3tag was in order.
Oh, and after writing this post, I deleted all the mp3s anyway, as would be required, quite rightly, by the applicable laws. *cough*