What are Mp3 Tags And Why Are They Important
An Mp3 Tage also known as an ID3 tag is a data container within an MP3 audio file stored in a prescribed format. This data commonly contains the Artist name, Song title, Year and Genre of the current audio file. ID3 tags are the audio file data standard for MP3 files in active use by software and hardware developers around the world.
Tagging is the process of writing categorical data to the mp3 file so the media player (iTunes) can organize the files based on album, artist, genre, year, composer, type, etc. The long and short of it – you need tags so your audio device, computer software of airplay software for radio and read your file information.
- When people download your music and listen to it, they will know it’s you because you name will appear in the artist field on their device.
- Listeners can search for your music by your artist name.
- Listeners will know the name of the song so if they like it they can play it again, add it to a preferred playlist, etc.
- All the songs from your album will stay together on a listener’s device.
- Your music will be presented in a professional manner
- When someone does a genre search, your music will come up in the proper genre search.
- Make sure your album cover appears on devices and online radio stations. – it looks SO much more professional.
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NOW THAT YOU’VE GOT YOUR SONGS TAGGED CORRECTLY…
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