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How to use Zortam Mp3 Media Studio

Album art downloader

Album art downloader

With Zortam Mp3 Media Studio you can easily download album art to your Mp3 files.
You can download album art in single or batch mode for more Mp3 files.
Also, you can copy and paste album art from the clipboard or add it from your disk.

Please check this TouTube video to see how:

Zortam Mp3 Media Studio review

Zortam Mp3 Media Studio is an extensive multimedia center for managing a library of songs that we can also play using the described tool.

Zortam Mp3 Media Studio
After launching Zortam Mp3 Media Studio, it automatically scans your computer’s hard drive for music on it, creating a collection that you can easily manage, for example, to change file names (also in batch mode). The tool itself downloads album art, song lyrics and various metadata, such as artist name, year of release, song genre and more.

Using Zortam Mp3 Media Studio, we can also edit ID3v1 and ID3v2 tags, delete tags, covers and song lyrics, and search for duplicate tracks, freeing up space on your computer’s hard drive by deleting unnecessary files. The ones that will remain in our collection can be easily located thanks to the built-in search engine.

Zortam Mp3 Media Studio includes a built-in tool for recording tracks to an Audio CD, converts materials downloaded from YouTube to MP3 files, and allows you to change the format from MP3 to WAV. Interestingly, the built-in player also offers the ability to run songs available locally and those found on YouTube.

What is metadata in Mp3 file

The term metadata sounds technical, but really it is just information (data!).  It is used everywhere, in web pages, software, television and radio broadcasting, and countless other places including music.

From a music perspective, metadata is simply information about your album, your songs and your mixes that you plan to include with your release by embedding the information right into the music files. Some common examples of music metadata are:

  • Album Name
  • Artist Name
  • Song Name
  • Genre
  • Year
  • Track Number
  • Copyright information
  • Engineer/Producer
  • Publisher
  • etc.


What is a music tagger

A music tagger is software that can edit information stored inside digital music files (mp3s, WMAs etc). This information, collectively known as ‘tags’, categorizes each music file. For instance, it states the name of the track contained within, the album it comes from and the name of the artists or performers.

Tags are important because music players, such as iTunes or Winamp, use the tags to display your music collection. For instance, the reason Winamp can show all of your albums in a list is because your tracks have that album name as one of their tags.

A music tagger can change tags and so re-organise your music collection.

Different music file formats, such as MP3, AAC and the like, have different ways of storing tags. MP3 has ID3 tags, OGG files have Vorbis comments and there are many more combinations.

The future of tagging

Taggers are useful tools but they have their limitations. I don’t feel they ‘scale’ well for large music collections. Also, they are at best semi-automated, so they require a little bit of mental effort and discipline to use.

What do I mean by not scaling well? When you have a collection in the hundreds or thousands of albums, if you want to make a cross collection change you are going to have to trudge through the entire library, trying not to get bored and trying not to make any mistakes. Further, whenever you add music, you’d better give it a manual check over or you will begin to introduce inconsistencies.

This is why I think full automated, rule based music management works best for large music collections. This way, music is assessed and fixed automatically, without the need for manual editing.

Music taggers are a great tool for a specific job.

Zortam Mp3 Media Studio

Zortam Mp3 Media Studio

What is new in version 23:

  • added mini player mode
  • switch application from maxi to mini mode and vice versa
  • automatically recognition of any Mp3 file using fingerprint technology, so you can tag your Mp3 files even if they do not have any information at all
  • batch mode for adding album arts and lyrics to Mp3 files
  • batch mode for Mp3 normalization (default level is 94.5 dB)
  • calculate BPM (Beats Per Minute) of Mp3 files
  • YouTube To Mp3 Downloader (Converter) with auto tag options
  • added visualization plugins and visualization plugin DirectX SDK for creating new visualizations¬† dll plugins. Check:¬†

“Full” application mode with mp3 player docked at the bottom



“Mini” application mode with mp3 with playlist and visualization window