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Web files must be .WAV or mp3 to begin with in order to do this.

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The MP3 is a popular audio format for distributing music, audiobooks, podcasts and more. MP3 players and online music stores are common everyday tools, and some people create MP3s themselves. Because of the wide variety of sources for MP3 music, sometimes the audio files have incorrect "tags" associated with them. If you make MP3s yourself, human error easily leads to music categorized in the wrong genre or album names accidentally misspelled. But all is not lost. You can easily update MP3 music using simple and free softwaremag-glass_10x10.gif. If you have a large collection of MP3 music, updating your files can make your music library more organized.

Download the MediaMonkey application if you want a versatile program that can update your MP3mag-glass_10x10.gif music. MediaMonkey is available in two versions. One of these is free and includes some advertisements in the program. The "Gold" version requires a paid license and offers some basic audio editing capabilities and the ability to control more than one distinct library of MP3 music. Both versions offer features to update MP3 tags. You can change the genre, artist, track names, album names and many other parameters that identify the MP3s. These changes affect not just the organization of music and other audio files within MediaMonkey, but also any other devices onto which you copy the MP3s.

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