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TuneUp Organizes Your iTunes

by Reverend_Danger   March 26, 2009 at 1:49PM  |  Views: 230

I hate iTunes because it does horribly with organizing my music library. Winamp is the original gangsta. However, TuneUp seems like it might actually change that. 

I mean, it’s not that I stole all my music from when Napster first came out and you could find every song in the history of the world for free.  I wouldn’t do that.  But if I did do that, all the metadata on my files would be screwy. 

TuneUp is a program that takes the existing data (generally just a file name) and then scours the internet to fill in the missing spaces.  It even finds album covers. 

You can download a free version that’ll do 100 songs and 50 album covers, or download the Gold version for $30 and have it on your computer forever with unlimited use. 

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