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user picture Author: rt
Posted: Jul 08 2007 - 08:37 PM
Subject: re: Identify MP3-files
Hello Chriwi,

what comes to my mind are two commercial services: Shazam and MusicIP.

I tried MusicIP about a year ago and was not completely convinced, mainly because the database seemed a bit empty. Maybe that's better now. Might be worth a try.


Author: chriwi
Posted: Jul 08 2007 - 01:28 PM
Subject: Identify MP3-files

I would like to have a possibility to identify unknown MP3-files wothout MP3-Tags and offer a possibility to add the MP3-tags from a Database.

Does anyone here know a possibilit to do this?
Or would this be a nice feature for this site?


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