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PostPosted: Mon Nov 29, 2004 1:26 pm 
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It's a great help when submitted MP3 files are tagged. Here's a little example of how to do it with the free MusicMatch player/converter:

Open the MP3 file with MusicMatch:
Click 'Edit' and then the menu item 'Playlist Track Info':

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The important ones for Radio G are: 'Track Title', 'Artist' and 'Album'. These details are then automatically shown in a media player, such as the little Destiny media player used by Pirate Radio for example. But you can link other stuff such as an image that shows in a media player when the song is played

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Thanks and happy tagging

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What's happening?

There was Mic's post about the particular song in the example? And mine about Dance Macabre?


:shock: :shock:

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:lol:

Double thread.

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yep :lol:

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I was worrying for a moment.

Shopping time!

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Robbie wrote:
What's happening? :shock: :shock:


Just posted it two threads Rob as I'm not sure if the guys check this spot too often ... (I know ALL the chicks do but I was kind of keeping that to myself :lol: )

Dr Frownhoffer :wink:


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Robbie wrote:
What's happening? :shock: :shock:


Just posted it two threads Rob as I'm not sure if the guys check this spot too often ... (I know ALL the chicks do but I was kind of keeping that to myself :lol: )

Dr Frownhoffer :wink:

PS this was a double post :P


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Pete Young wrote:
Dr Frownhoffer :wink:


I could send you a Minidisc... that's the only recording of myself I have... and it's bad and old ;-)... and my Minidisc-player is trash :wink: .

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MicEater wrote:
Pete Young wrote:
Dr Frownhoffer :wink:


I could send you a Minidisc... that's the only recording of myself I have... and it's bad and old ;-)... and my Minidisc-player is trash :wink: .


What about the concert you did with Pavarotti? 8)

That'll do ..

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Pete Young wrote:
What about the concert you did with Pavarotti? 8)


Oh you want that concert :lol: .

... would be too good to be true :wink: .

I'll invite Carreras and Domingo around, and we'll see what we can do 8) .

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So THAT is what happened to The Four Tenors.

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:lol: Yeah, Pavarotti tried to eat me as a snack before our first gig, and I then sang from within his belly - which is very comfortable on a side note. 10'000 watt surround system, lounge chairs, big-screen TV :lol: .

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MicEater wrote:
:lol: Yeah, Pavarotti tried to eat me as a snack before our first gig, and I then sang from within his belly ...


From the belly of the whale indeed ... :lol:

Dr Hemut Throatwarbler
(distant cousin to Dr Ludwig Frownhuffy, who is related to Dr Ludwig Hairpiece, the inventor of the modern toupé, who happens to be the second geat uncle of Dr Frownhoffer the man who invented MP2 conversion ... no, you haven't heard of him, it didn't work :wink: )

Editor's note: less geneology drivel please)


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