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News: 'Rinse' Your Music Library Before Storing in the Cloud
Posted on Monday, April 25, 2011 @ 20:00:00 UTC
Topic: Gear

The problem with many digital music libraries is that they're a disorganized mess, compiled from multiple sources over the years. Ripped from CDs. Downloaded from dodgy P2P services, bought from iTunes, Amazon, etc. And as we're approaching a world where all this stuff will be stored and/or accessed from the cloud in one fashion or another, the need to categorize existing libraries properly is going to become more of a necessity. Enter Rinse, a new tool from RealNetworks that aims to clean up the metadata in users' libraries. It bills itself as "song organizer" that adds missing album art, fixes misspellings, removes duplicates, renames genres and so on. Website





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