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MusicBrainz Picard

Version:2.9.1
License: Free for Windows
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Version
2.9.1
Updated
Compatibility
Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 10, Windows 11
Size
30.08 MB
Architecture
x64
Language
English
Developer
MusicBrainz
Website
musicbrainz.org

Description

MusicBrainz Picard is a program that helps you edit the tags of your audio files. It supports a fairly large number of music formats, which include MP3, MP2, APE, FLAC, OGG, WAV, MP4, OGA, TAK and many others.

The program is slightly different in the principle of its work, because it is focused on working with albums, or clusters. The audio files loaded into the editor are first put into one common list. Clicking the "Cluster" button groups them by the "album" tag. If some files do not have this tag, they remain in the general list waiting to be edited.

MusicBrainz Picard is wrapped in a simple and clear interface. A list of audio files is displayed at the top, and tags that can be edited are displayed at the bottom. The editor works with all the basic tags: artist, album, track, year, genre, etc. It also knows how to insert artwork.

Tags can be edited manually or you can leave the data search to the program itself. As a source of information it uses the service MusicBrainz. The program not only searches for information, but also immediately put it in the tags, allowing you to save a lot of time.

If you have an album disc at hand, MusicBrainz Picard can extract the metadata from that disc. In addition, it can extract tags from the title of an audio file if it contains the necessary information.

Another useful feature of the editor that helps you organize your music library better and save time at the same time is renaming files by tags. When the tags are full, you can use them to create a clear folder structure.

Download MusicBrainz Picard and get your music folder organized in minutes.

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7 years ago
Andrey
The program instantly recognized the music I heard in 1958: it's tweedle dee by Georgia Gibbs Thank you very much!
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