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I'm looking for a easy to use mp3 tagging program for osx, does anyone have a suggestion?

Note: cmd line programs are ok, but I'd rather have something with a UI.

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Commercial id3 taggers:

  • Jaikoz which has many features, but it was slow (at least for me) and it didn't really feel like a Mac OS X app, more like some Java GUI:


  • TuneUp - There's been a lot of talking about this one recently. It seems to provide some kind of tagging magic. Never used it myself though.


Open Source:

  • Tagger - Which I really like and use (if I don't want to open the terminal)


  • MusicBrainz Picard which is really popular. Tried it, but didn't like it. Maybe you've got better luck with it.


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tagger looks like what I want, thanks! – erikvold May 1 '12 at 21:41

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