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How do you add tags/info on the tracks?

Discussion in 'F.O.H.' started by EmilDelaRosa, Apr 28, 2013.

  1. EmilDelaRosa

    EmilDelaRosa New Metal Member

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    So I'm almost done with this album and I need to burn the final copies. I'm just curious because I might be doing it wrong. What I do before is use the mp3tag software lol and I'm wondering if there's a legit way to add tags on songs? How do?
     
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    Melb_shredder Orpheus: Melodic Death

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    This should be done with software that has a mastering suite. I use Studio One to do all that stuff when i'm inputting tags/ isrc codes etc :)
     
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    EmilDelaRosa New Metal Member

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    Awesome thanks! So do you master inside s1 as well? I mean do you process the mix itself in s1?
     
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    EmilDelaRosa New Metal Member

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    Please use wav or aiff lossless to burn your masters. .. not mp3's

    Here's a good tagger for lossy, flac etc.
    http://www.jthink.net/jaikoz/

    Wav's do not have a dedicated field for additional info.. Isrc's are stored in the toc (table of contents) of the cd and will not transfer with the individual files to lossy.

    Also, it's best to send lossless to the services like tunecore, cdbaby, spotify, soundcloud, etc. If you send mp3, they will convert that to another mp3 which = sounds like shit. Always go from best quality as your master...gl.
     
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    This is a great tool, but doesnt support aiff or .wav haha loads of flexibility in the data you can change though, i use it for all my mp3s
    *EDIT*
    Heres the link http://www.jthink.net/jaikoz/
     
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    abaga129 The Apprentice

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    Cubase lets you add all of that info on export if it's an mp3
     
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    Mashreef New Metal Member

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    if you export in mp3
    use the highest bitrate
     

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