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LairWare releases Song Sergeant utility for iTunes

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LairWare has released Song Sergeant, its new music library utility for Mac OS X. Song Sergeant can find and remove duplicate song files, intelligently merge song information and audio data from separate files, preserve playlists while removing duplicates, identify inconsistently named artists and albums, discover song files present in the user’s music folder but not seen in iTunes, and fix problems either automatically or via manual control. Song Sergeant requires Mac OS X 10.5 or later and sells for $20; a limited free trial version is also available.

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Any apps like this for Windows? :\ I have a macbook, but my music is on my Windows desktop.

Posted by eleazar on August 21, 2009 at 7:38 AM (PDT)

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