For those with wildly epic and long MP3 music lists, trying to organize all the songs and artists in a way that makes even a bit of sense can be an unruly chore. A new MP3 software product called TuneUp from Tune Up Media, offers a compelling and inexpensive new plug-in for iTunes and Windows Media Player to clean up, analyze and add some pretty cool features - tailored to your music taste - to any jumbled song index.
TuneUp is a fairly intuitive product YouTube to MP3 audio that is easy to master. The software has four main features to help you get your music database in order: Clean, Cover Art, Tuniverse and Concerts.
The Clean feature analyzes your music collection and if you have multiple spellings of artists, or tracks that are labeled "unknown artist," TuneUp will literally clean up and fill in missing data such as the artist and year the album was released. The process here is simple - all you have to do is click and drag your songs from your music database to TuneUp and the software will automatically tap into its own immense database to identify, tag and fix your tracks so you have a seamless song list that is organized and complete.