You may want to have a look at wikipedia for more details on tags:
All these tags are ID3 tags - but with a different version or purpose.
MP3tag understands how to handle them.
For your files I would recommend ID3V2.3 and ID3V1 - but no APE. V2.3 Tags are probably supported by most players.
APE tags in MP3 files are used by MediaMonkey to save replaygain data unless told otherwise. AFAIK.
Here is an example procedure how to cut APE tags - you will probably be able to adapt it to V1 tags:
Adding ID3v2.3 would be recommended for most compatibility, ID3v1 can be usefull for really old devices.
DO NOT use Ape Tag in mp3s because I may cause problems in other mediaplayers and hardware devices!
ID3 was desined for use in mp3 format, APE wasn't. Cause of that, media players that doesn't support APE (most doesn't do) can try to read APE Tag as audio data
(maybe it will just make some evil noice, but maybe player may decide not to play file)