Keeping your music files as well-organized as possible is clearly not as easy at it may seem, especially when it comes to extensive audio collection.
This said, Finetune is an efficient, cross-platform application that helps you better organize your music by fixing song metadata and even removing duplicates and missing tracks from your audio library.
The utility undergoes a surprise-free installation process and does not require any kind of configuration on your part. Simply launch the app, select the music library folder and start organizing your music in practically no time.
As you are bound to discover, working with Finetune is not at all a challenge since its interface is intuitive and its workflow quite straightforward.
Before anything, you should know that the piece of software works with almost all the popular music formats such as MP3, AAC, ALAC, FLAC, APE, MPC, Vorbis and WavPack, just to name a few.
On the left side of its main window, the app displays the total number of files that are ready to be fixed, that cannot be fixed and the number of records that have been fixed.
More information can be acquired from the Reports section, where the app displays comprehensive statistics and useful logs. Within the Settings section, you can customize the app's behavior.
You can configure the utility so that it does not fix incomplete albums or provide it with the rights to change the cover art, genre type, remove duplicates, lyrics and even clear comments.
Taking everything into consideration, with its intuitive workflow and user-friendly interface, Finetune aims to become an indispensable tool for organizing your music library by providing a hassle-free method of adding metadata to your music files.