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by Rick Broida Click to view Last week we took a big step toward improving your MP3 collection by leveling the track volume . Now it's time to focus on album art , which is less of a practical improvement and more of a fun one. Indeed, there's something to be said for eyeballing an album cover when you play a song. It draws you in a little more, connects you with the band or artist. Plus, some covers are just plain cool-looking.
If you're like most people these days, you've probably got a lot of music on your computer — whether from your own CD library, or downloaded from Amazon, iTunes, or (ahem) elsewhere. But if the only thing you're doing with your music collection is listening to it, you're missing out. There are a large number of web applications devoted to helping you get more from the music you already have .
Listening to music is a pretty important part of anyone’s life. With the advent of even more features in media players to recommend music, create playlists, and display large, beautiful album art ““ everyone wants their collection to be as beautiful as this one: artist names, tracks, year, genre and other tags. In this article we take a look at the best tools to fix music tags and organizing and “˜cleaning’ your songs. TuneUp Companion