AudioGrail – The Swiss Army Knife For Your Music Collection


AudioGrail (formerly K-MP3) offers you a range of high-quality tools for organizing and managing your music library. You can rename or modify song tags, locate duplicate files that consume space, create playlists and analyze music quality – among many other functions.

This software supports MP3, OGG, MPC, APE, AAC and FLAC files and features a tag editor, duplicate file finder, album covers identifier, jukebox function as well as raw and XML lister as well as mass tags removal for internationalization support.

Organize your music collection

There’s nothing quite as rewarding for music-obsessed individuals than an organized collection of tunes. By keeping your library neat and orderly, finding songs for sets or playlists becomes far simpler; selecting songs becomes a much quicker process overall!

AudioGrail stands out among many software solutions for helping to organize your music collection, thanks to KC Softwares’ free tool which features a comprehensive suite of tools to manage MP3 files such as the ability to rename, tag and analyze audio quality.

The program supports various file formats, such as MP3, OGG, MPC and APE. It can rename files with normalized names; find any missing information in tags automatically; find duplicate files to remove; scan for duplicates so as to free up space on your computer; rename and normalize files automatically and more!

Another great feature of Spotify is the ability to easily create and save playlists in M3U, PLAT or XPL formats. By sharing playlists with friends or listening on multiple devices simultaneously, these playlists make sharing your music easy while offering insight into its quality – including BPM analysis, danceability analysis and loudness measurement.

Rename and tag your files

By structuring and organizing audio files in an orderly fashion, it can make it much simpler to locate or delete duplicate songs. Furthermore, numbering the songs ensures they play back in sequence during playback.

AudioGrail (formerly K-MP3) makes it simple and quick to rename files based on their ID3 tags, making this tool perfect when dealing with files that contain various types of information such as artist name, album name and track title. AudioGrail supports both manual and automatic file renaming; manual mode lets you edit and standardize file names manually (similar to using Apple Numbers, Microsoft Excel or Google Sheets) while automatic mode does all the work automatically for you.

Automatic mode allows the selected files to be automatically renamed according to a predetermined file naming script, making this program ideal for working with all common digital audio formats, including MP3 (ID3v1, ID3v2.2 and ID3v2.4 tags), WMA files (WMA, asf and wav), Apple iTunes AAC (m4a and protected M4P), Ogg Vorbis Flac Opus Speex files as well as Musepack MPCC/MP+ files.

Renaming processes feature real-time preview, so you can review new names before they’re applied. Furthermore, the program displays all existing files in the directory you’re working in so you can easily determine whether an identical tag value already exists on one or more files in that directory.

Burn your audio CDs

AudioGrail stands out from similar programs by having the capability of creating audio CDs without needing an extra player, saving storage space on your computer and providing access to these discs as music CDs that can be played back on standalone or in-car CD players, or modern DVD players.

Burned CDs will contain uncompressed PCM stereo audio at 44100 Hz sample rate and 16-bit sample format, creating standard Red Book Standard CD playback. If you intend on using your CD in other applications such as Apple Music/iTunes or Toast, Audacity provides the means for adding CD-Text by exporting songs as Cue Sheets; this will record album, artist and track name metadata directly onto each track on the CD. Alternatively, most burning applications support adding CD-Text directly onto burned CDs.

Burning requires approximately 650MB (Red Book Standard) or 80 minutes of blank CD-R media and it is highly recommended to use high-quality discs designed for audio recording. While higher burn speeds do not cause more errors on disc itself, audio CDs have lower error protection mechanisms than data CDs: audio discs read as series of small bumps on its surface that rely on spacing between these bumps to retrieve and decode their data correctly.

Quality analyzer

AudioGrail by KC Softwares is an invaluable tool when it comes to managing audio files (MP3, MPC, OGG…). This handy program makes renaming and tagging files effortless, analyze quality metrics quickly, organize files on your system efficiently and detect duplicated ones – providing an overall better audio experience every day!

This powerful tool can also assist with solving the difficulties associated with large music collections: mispelled tracks, missing tags or duplicate files and other errors. Furthermore, this software makes it possible to compare and contrast the technical specifications of individual files while clearly displaying their information using waveforms and spectrograms.

The program features many advanced capabilities:

* ID3Tag V1 & V2 support. Vorbis (Ogg) comments. mes APEv2 support. Files Names Normalizer (Case Standardization…)

* Mass Tag Remover.

Playlist Maker (support for M3U, PLS and XPL playlists).

* Duplicate File Finder.

AudioGrail can store excess, temporary data on your computer that consumes valuable space. To prevent this from occurring, download AppCleaner as it’s a free and safe tool which automatically uninstalls any program no longer being used – all without requiring complex instructions or settings; just a few clicks will do it all, freeing up extra room for music, photos or documents that matter!

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