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I want to tidy a big, unsorted folder of .mp3's. I'm sure there is an option to read the mp3-Tags and copy the files to where they belong, in Linux, right?

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The tool I maintain, audiotag, can do that.

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Though not really an so question...

sudo apt-get install tagtool

(if you are on debian/ubuntu derivative)

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There are many existing tools that do that. Ex-falso is one, thunar's bulk-rename is another, for example.

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