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An advanced audio tagger

Cowbell is tightly integrated with using its free SOAP service. Cowbell employs this service not only to fetch album cover images, as most tag editors do, but also in combination with intelligent algorithms to "guess" the appropriate song information from song titles. It can also cache these cover images in the same directory where that album resides. Going above and beyond the call of tagging, Cowbell also can rename your files based upon a user-configurable pattern (More detail on how to use this feature is covered in the Advanced Guide) and also export a M3U/PLS playlist of your songs in album-order. For you console junkies, Cowbell also offers a command-line based batch tagger which can tag and "guess" a whole collection of music with just a few keystrokes. And, to top it all off, Cowbell is fully internationalized and has been translated into German, French, Portuguese, Spanish, Norwegian and Swedish.



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Ted Teah

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12 June 2006

Leaders and contributors

Brad Taylor Maintainer

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