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I am looking for program which will automaticly rename songs and albums by comparing the actual acoustics and played /perceived?

Basically, use Shazam some way?

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    rename what to what - ie what rules would you be using? – mmmmmm Mar 1 '13 at 10:06
  • I found program TuneUp. But quality is realy low. – Anton Medvedev Mar 1 '13 at 10:17
  • What are you trying to do - I could write a script that renames all songs to aaaa but I suspect that is not what you want – mmmmmm Mar 1 '13 at 10:18
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TuneUp worked best for me, though it's pretty pricey at 39.95 USD per year, or 49.95 USD one off:

Intelligently fix mislabeled song information (like “Track 01”), add missing album cover art, remove duplicate tracks, view lyrics to your favorite songs

TunesCleaner is also good:

With TunesCleaner, you can:

  • Download the album artworks automatically
  • Download lyrics of songs automatically
  • Delete the duplicated songs or songs which iTunes can not locate
  • Create playlists based on albums and artists
  • Rename selected genres in the batch mode
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Equinux's Song Genie can do this, though it's not perfect.

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I achieved good results with MusicBrainz Picard. This is a stand-alone program, but it can be used in combination with iTunes, too.

As in Shazam, audio fingerprints can be used for detection.

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