...I hope, that you consider my customer feedback being, what it is: an honest opinion expressed with the hope, that this service might get the quality-standard, that it should have.
Take it easy, and use any tagging application which can tag local tracks using CDDB I bet all the music you've downloaded already exists in CDDB databases.
Quote from: birdie on 13 January, 2011, 07:01:07 PMTake it easy, and use any tagging application which can tag local tracks using CDDB I bet all the music you've downloaded already exists in CDDB databases.it could be not so easy as it seems: normally CDDB database records for classical discs are so ill formed, unstandardized and lacking of fundamental informations that are only useful as a starting point for subsequent massive hand editing, with the help of the booklet. So this case, as the OP reported it, seems even worse than actually ripping from 17 physical CDs!
Quote from: dvdr on 13 January, 2011, 06:01:38 PM...I hope, that you consider my customer feedback being, what it is: an honest opinion expressed with the hope, that this service might get the quality-standard, that it should have.Please, let us know when (and if) you get a reply from them...
Many thanks for your feedback.We appreciate you taking the time to give us this feedback so we can improve the products and services we offer. Most of what you have bought to our attention we are aware of and are currently looking at upgrading the way we include the meta data on our products. Kind regards,Brendan Bullard-WestUniversal Music Direct Support Team
Further, to fix the tags in my DG FLAC purchases (quite a number), I copy and paste (using dbpoweramp) the metadata from the DG page for the "Disc" advertised for purchase where the "metadata" is perfect. So why can this information not be embedded in the FLAC files by DG?
Deutsche Grammophon has all tags (even the more advanced ones) in their database (you'll be surprised when you physically rip the CDs, how many tags they must have provided to AMG and GD3, that dBpoweramp will lookup and apply),
Universal owns Decca...
that I already own but the CD's had rotted and were not able to be encoded.Almost no metadata again.
I'm amazed that Universal has failed to do anything in over two years.