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OM_2K19

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Over time, I managed to build a decent Flac/Hi-Res music collection. To manage them, I extensively use SongKong, Mp3tag - they allow me to clean up duplicates, fix metadata and make my library Roon friendly. Let's use this thread to share best practices/tools that make Audiophile's Music Library stand out.
 

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Great idea!
I exclusively use mp3tag and almost all my organization has been manual which has been disciplined over the years ensuring 3 basic sanity checks at the time of library addition - tags, folder hierarchy and file naming convention.
Tried Bliss too but did not get any severe recommendations.
 

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I have a sizable and ever growing collection of DSD and other hires albums. On Mac I use a combo of Meta Music Tag editor and Audirvana to keep my library as neat as a brand new pin :D
 

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There is another cool one 'AudioRanger', it automatically fixes the Metadata/Album Art based on Online Repos. But I find the accuracy is a bit hit and miss.
 

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I use "MusicBrainz Picard" to automatically find metadata.
Use mp3tag to modify tags as per my needs to make my library organization easy.
 
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