Jaikoz is a tagger that specializes in mass tagging of music file tags. Jaikoz performs acoustic fingerprint matching and metadata lookups automatically using the MusicB...
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What is Jaikoz?
Jaikoz is a tagger that specializes in mass tagging of music file tags. Jaikoz performs acoustic fingerprint matching and metadata lookups automatically using the MusicBrainz, Discogs and Acoustid databases. It can also look up artwork and find duplicates songs.
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CategoryAudio & Music
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This application has given me complete control over how I fix my music collection. The forums on the website are helpful and the developer is really responsive. It is regularly updated too and the pro version includes calculating BPM. Great app
After playing around with a lot of different taggers, I settled on Jaikoz. Musicbrainz Picard was close, but far too complicated for the simple tasks I wanted to perform. Jaikoz is awesome. I have a huge library, and it really lets me manage all the tags just as I want them, not how digital music providers think they should be. I am regularly amazed and shocked at how poorly-tagged purchased music is. You'd think since you are paying for a digital copy of a file, the least the provider could do is tag it correctly!! Thanks to Jaikoz, my files are the way they should be.
Many automatic database sourced tagging programs can perform in tagging album grouped files but this is the only software that I have used that can successfully manage to completely identify and tag single, non-grouped files. Absolutely the best in this regard.
Got Jaikoz a couple of years ago, and have been using it both on windows and OSX. Love the automatic correct: it does the best job overall compared to others I have tried (tuneup, picard, ...). It is also itunes agnostic.
The automatic correct option does 98% of all the work. Once done I tend to use the free MP3tag (windows) to make further manual adjustments. Jaikoz could do this as well, but the interface is a bit convoluted for this task.
This one is not going to win any beauty contest, but it's a complete swiss-army knife for all music tagging tasks. Strongly recommended: friendly developer, often updates, very reasonable product license!
I evaluated quite a few tag editors. I tagged many albums in parallel and compared ease of use, problems, and errors and equally important, how responsive the author was to any issues I encountered. With Jaikoz, I had few issues, but was very pleased at how responsive the author is to his user-base (paid or just evaluating!).
Jaikoz lets me maintain all my meta/tag data in all of my music sources. It is amazing how much info is available through Jaikoz. I get lyrics, album art, and all the little details like links to wiki pages for artists, albums, and tracks. Awesome!
Jaikoz is the gem I had been looking for; now I found it!
It is a tagger for power users, but it also provides a "do it all for me" mode for novices. The options are incredibly complete, and the author is always willing to help on the forums. I have been using it for almost a year and it is worth every penny you pay for it (which, by the way, it is not much money). A great piece of software.