Please be aware that much of the software linked to or mentioned on this forum is niche and therefore infrequently downloaded. Lots of anti-virus scanners and so-called malware detectors like to flag infrequently downloaded software as bad until it is either downloaded enough times, or its developer actually bothers with getting each individual release allow listed by every single AV vendor. You can do many people a great favor when encountering such a "problem" example by submitting them to your AV vendor for examination. For almost everything on this forum, it is a false positive.
As for the naming of albums with explanations in the name - information about the album from the site musicbrainz.org is not loaded and lyrics are not loaded, if the name has no clean
Maybe you can find a post Mans Rullgard the mqascan dev describes its working.
Led Zeppelin\1975 Physical Graffiti `1987 1st CD press´ ¶1
Led Zeppelin\1975 Physical Graffiti `1987 1st CD press´ ¶2
Led Zeppelin\1975 Physical Graffiti `1994 remaster´ ¶1
Led Zeppelin\1975 Physical Graffiti `1994 remaster´ ¶2
sorted in that order. Here I use one folder per physical CD, because that keeps order of rip log files etc, and makes for easier retro-verification using CUETools. I delete the discnumber or total discs tag if it is a 1CD release. I also used different separator characters than "-", because that is used so often in actual metadata. You can also consider use ^¨~§£µ¬, it depends a bit on your keyboard layout. "~" is not far from safe either. Beware that ¤ is often identified with other currency symbols like $.
Also consider "9999" as a placeholder year for e.g.
Led Zeppelin\9999 various rare tracks bootleg
--YEAR - ALBUM
As an option, I would like to see your design-add the name of the third nesting folder to the name of the second folder and enclose it in parentheses
Name Album (CD2 - Bonus)
These tests were performed by generating a 440Hz sine wave at all 4 sampling rates, creating a recording loop back into the device, and recording the result. Unfortunately, the loop contains some hardware (a hardware compressor that was bypassed), so that could add some noise I would image. Connection are balanced.
I think the result at 44.1 looks really good, but I would love some feedback from people. Maybe I'm off base now, I don't know what a modern audio interface is capable of.
edit. added silent recording at 44.1. Some psi noise (50hz and harmonics)
%album artist%\%date% - %album%\%discnumber%\
How to replace
CD1 - Album
CD2 - Bonus
to a simple number without "CD" and ending with " - Album"