Does anyone have an efficient workflow for dealing with inconsistent tags in the same track?
I have gotten carried away with 'tag sources', and ended up with a huge amount of tracks that kinda look like this:
|The Who||The Who||Baba O'Riley||Oldies||1971|
|Various Artists||The Who||Baba O'Riley||70s rock||2007|
|Various Artists||The Who||Baba O'Riley||Hard Rock; Electronic Rock||2010|
|Various Artists||Who, The||Baba O'Riley||unclassified||1990|
|Various Artists||The Who||Baba O'Riley||rock||2008|
So, I want them all to have the year from the first result, and the genre from the third, and I need to replace the track artist for the fourth.
I also need to flood the genre across all tracks that are the same artist and title but appended with " [Live]".
I have been SLOWLY working through these in mp3tag, but the fact that mp3tag doesn't list out the genres of the tracks in the dropdown is making this very fiddly.
I'm familiar with export-import and Excel, but that would also be quite arduous. but is there a tool out there that assists with consolidating the tags of 'duplicate' tracks, rather than simply deleting them?