Updating album track information


You don’t want them to have to type out the song titles by hand when they put your disc in their computer, right?But the early bird gets the worm when it comes to initially submitting track info to Gracenote.Microsoft is conducting an online survey to understand your opinion of the Technet Web site.If you choose to participate, the online survey will be presented to you when you leave the Technet Web site. For instance, you can change the name of the album or artist or the genre of a group of songs.Because you're editing a group, you can't select a group of songs and then try to change just one song name.



Songs will usually have all the metadata you need, in some cases this information may be missing or could be wrong (if this happened after ripping a CD, read What To Do When i Tunes Doesn't Have CD Names for Your Music).At the bottom of the window you will need to change "Window title" to look like this: The hyphen used is an en dash character!Snip uses this character internally to split the text apart so make sure you use this en dash character or Snip will not read it correctly!In that situation, you'll want to change the song's metadata (also known as ID3 tags) using i Tunes.

NOTE: If you're editing a group of songs, you'll only be able to make changes that apply to all the songs.

After a few days I imported and updated most of my music (Vinyl) records.