Ya I finally used it for myself last night and found the same. But also found a lot of my tracks were incorrectly labeled so all in all it is useful but definitely confirm all of it's corrections.I use musicbrainz, but be careful. It doesn't get all the tracks correct, so make sure they are the right one before you let it correct the ID3 tag.
Musorg lets you edit art? I think I missed that, but it sure would be a feature I'd use.D3 Editor hardly does any more than Itunes. And it cant edit filenames and folders.
TriTag also did not seem to offer any more features, and can't even edit albumart.
Musorg however, does seem like the beginning of somthing good.
Musorg lets you
-search through your music finder-style
-rename files and directories
and the interface looks good!
It does lack many importent features that im used to from tag&rename. Shame its so unfinished, I shall keep an eye on it though.
Thanks for the tip guys!
Edit: seems Musorg does not have an album edit feature after all. Too bad. Heres hoping it gets better.
You can download Darwine from here: http://www.kronenberg.org/darwine/, all you need to do is open the .dmg file and copy the contained folder to your hard drive.karenflower
I am new to Mac, how did you get it to work?
Have you tried media rage?I tried a few mac programs and wasn't happy with them.
Yeah, that's what I use too, mostly because of its great reputation. Fyi, there are tons of ways to rip using LAME on the mac.I also like EAC/LAME for ripping CD's.