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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

    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! ๐Ÿ˜€
    TagATune
    http://www.tagatune.com

    #30050 Reply

    Art Munson
    Keymaster

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

    #30052 Reply

    TagATune

    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!!

    ๐Ÿ˜›

    #30053 Reply

    Art Munson
    Keymaster

    The program has more moods than my wife on a weekend where I didnโ€™t follow her โ€œhoney doโ€ 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

    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.

    ๐Ÿ˜€ TaT

    #30092 Reply

    TagATune

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

    Tag, you’re it!! ๐Ÿ˜€

    #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

    #30094 Reply

    TagATune

    Thanks Art!
    The program will allow you to CHECK duplicates if a tag exists in more than one category. Tags that are in more than one category are shown in a different color, blue I think. BUT, even if you check the same tag word more than once, it will only appear in your tag list once. The program automatically prevents duplicates.

    But I don’t have the ability to manually enter any. They all have to come from the checkboxes right now.

    ๐Ÿ˜€

    #30101 Reply

    allapproach
    Participant

    Hi TagATune!

    I just downloaded it! Works perfectly and the moods are generally what I need help with. You were right, tons of moods in this thing LOL

    Cheers!

    -Kevin

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