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Cueripper Various Artists?

I'm trying to rip a CD in cueripper that has different artists for each track. The disc is not in the DB's yet; how can I add the different artist per track?

Re: Cueripper Various Artists?

Reply #1
Click on each track number to edit track artist.

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Edit: Clicking in either column to the right of the title also opens the same edit window.
korth

Re: Cueripper Various Artists?

Reply #2
Click on each track number to edit track artist.
Edit: Clicking in either column to the right of the title also opens the same edit window.
Thanks!

Re: Cueripper Various Artists?

Reply #3
Or you can tag the files after ripping with MP3tag (or similar).    MP3tag works on most formats, not just MP3.

I often use MP3tag to fix things up if there is an error or if I just don't like the formatting.  I also use it when I (very occasionally) digitize an LP.

:D   I just remembered - A couple of years ago I ordered the newest AC/DC album (MP3) from Amazon.   It was tagged as "Pop" :D   I changed it to "Hard Rock".     (AC/DC just call themselves a "Rock Band".)

 

Re: Cueripper Various Artists?

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Or you can tag the files after ripping with MP3tag (or similar).    MP3tag works on most formats, not just MP3.

I often use MP3tag to fix things up if there is an error or if I just don't like the formatting.  I also use it when I (very occasionally) digitize an LP.

:D   I just remembered - A couple of years ago I ordered the newest AC/DC album (MP3) from Amazon.   It was tagged as "Pop" :D   I changed it to "Hard Rock".     (AC/DC just call themselves a "Rock Band".)

True, but I like having the information correct in my local DB. Speaking of, is there any way to view or edit the information in my local DB the same way you can in EAC? Was always handy instead of having to pop in the disc to fix an artist name using a dash instead of a hyphen or whatever. "Static-X" in particular seems to use one that's different from the one I have on my keyboard (-) according to all the DB's EAC/Cue Ripper will pull data from. It appears identical but folders with it in the name won't merge so it's clearly different as far as the computer is concerned.