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  • #23941 Reply
    mmuser
    Participant

    Hi all,
    Is there anyone has used these sites?

    1)http://tagteamanalysis.com/
    2)http://tagsgenerator.com/

    #23944 Reply
    Art Munson
    Keymaster

    The search box is your friend (upper right)! Search for tagsgenerator or tagteamanalysis.

    #23945 Reply
    mmuser
    Participant

    Thanx a lot Art;-)
    I had already seen these posts but i didn’t find any review from anyone that had used TagTeamAnalysis.com

    #30047 Reply
    TagATune
    Guest

    Hey all
    Posted with permission from Art.

    I’ve been working on something in the background the past few months– software to make it easier to tag Film/TV tracks with mood keywords. Right now I only handle mood keywords, I’m hoping to add genres and other things later. Also, I only have a version for Windows, nothing for Mac.

    You can download the software for free on the site, nothing for sale here. (Though voluntary PayPal donations accepted)

    Please stop by http://www.tagatune.com… Feedback on the product welcome!! Feel free to give it a whirl!

    Happy mood tagging! 😀
    TagATune
    http://www.tagatune.com

    #30050 Reply
    Art Munson
    Keymaster

    Thanks TagATune, best of luck. I will give it a try.

    #30052 Reply
    TagATune
    Guest

    Thanks Art
    Just to add… The mood lists were created after surveying the most common mood words from a few popular music library sites.

    The program has more moods than my wife on a weekend where I didn’t follow her “honey do” list!!

    😛

    #30053 Reply
    Art Munson
    Keymaster

    The program has more moods than my wife on a weekend where I didn’t follow her “honey do” list!!”

    Ha, ha, ha!

    BTW I think “uses”, or types where a piece would work well, would be a great addition to the list.

    #30055 Reply
    TagATune
    Guest

    Thanks Art!
    Right now I decided (as a starting point) to handle only *mood* keywords, knowing that many other types of keywords are needed… I found moods were the most asked for words and sometimes the most challenging. Yes, “uses” is a good one along with genres, instruments, etc.

    😀 TaT

    #30092 Reply
    TagATune
    Guest

    Hi. Just a quick bump. I’d like to get a few folks here to download and test the program.

    Tag, you’re it!! 😀

    #30093 Reply
    Art Munson
    Keymaster

    Hey TagATune,

    Just downloaded and have to say I really like it. Some well thought out ideas such as being able to switch from upper, lower and standard case as well as comma, no comma, etc.

    I will definitely start using it as it will speed up my workflow a lot.

    One suggestion. The ability to check for duplicates. Sometimes I may have some tags already but want to add more. Would be nice to paste them into the tags box, add some more tags and check for duplicates. There is a script here and I use the site a lot. https://www.dcode.fr/duplicates-detector

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