7 Best tuneup alternatives

We've fully embraced the digital age when it comes to music, and our PCs, tablets, smart-phones and digital media players are typically full of digital audio tracks. TuneUp is a program that goes through your entire digital music collection and automatically fixes mislabelled songs, adds missing cover art and removes duplicated tracks. Sounds great – except that TuneUp is not free, currently retailing at $40. Here we will give you 7 cheaper TuneUp alternatives to compare.

1. Wondershare TidyMyMusic

Wondershare TidyMyMusic

TidyMyMusic accurately and automatically finds and adds artist's name, song's name, album art, genre info, lyrics and more, helping you keep your collection complete and organized. What’s more, this software is really simple and intuitive, even a novice can use it without any problem.

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2. MusicBrainz Picard

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MusicBrainz Picard is a great little utility that supports most audio file formats and works on Windows, Mac and Linux as it is written in the multi-platform language python. This application automatically sorts out your music collection and makes sure each file is correctly tagged. There are also several extra plugins you can download to make MusicBrainz Picard even more useful.

3. EasyTAG


EasyTAG is another open-source utility that you can use to view, edit and write tags to most types of files, including MP3, MP4, OGG and FLAC files. It connects to both the Freedb.org and Gnudb.org servers to make sure the track tag information is accurate, and can even translate into languages other than English.

4. TagScanner

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TagScanner is an application with plenty of functions that you can use for organising and managing your music collection. It will automatically connect to online databases such as Freedb.org, Amazon and Discogs to download cover art, and you can generate playlists which you can then edit and export to HTML or Excel. Has its own built-in player too.

5. Tag&Rename


Tag&Rename claims to be the most extensive digital audio file tagging application available, with support for MP3, WMV, M4A, OGG and FLAC files and many, many more. The program will automatically fix and complete file tags, load titles and cover art, and identify and generate album information. You can also translate into seven different languages.

6. Jaikoz


Jaikoz is a tagging application that is great for mass-tagging music files. It uses acoustic fingerprint matching and metadata to look up track information from the MusicBrainz, Discogs and Acoustid track information databases. It will also automatically look up and assign album artwork and hunt out duplicated tracks.

7. CopyTrans TuneTastic


CopyTrans TuneTastic is the program for you if you use iTunes to organise and maintain your music library, as it offers you a great deal more flexibility and options than using iTunes alone. It will identify albums that are missing tracks, have duplicate tracks or that are missing artwork – all done automatically at the click of a button.

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