beaTunes promotes itself primarily as a tool for BPM analysis and automated playlist generation, but, for a swing DJ, the real gold lies in its other analysis features.
What beaTunes is really good at is looking through your library and finding tagging inconsistencies.
Maybe across your Benny Goodman collection you have a few songs in as being by The Benny Goodman Sextet and some by Benny Goodman Sextet. This sort of thing is all too common and creates havoc when trying to sort your music as you try to pick out the next song.
beaTunes will find these (and scores of other similar sorts of inconsistencies) and list them all out. You can approve or reject each suggested change.
Tired of song titles that start with track numbers (i.e. “14 – Minor Swing”)? beaTunes will find these and offer to set the actual track number ID3 tag and trim the title.
Prepare to spend several hours in front of your computer when you fire it up – I’m doing my cleanup across several sessions.
There are versions for Mac and Windows and a free trial. Purchase costs $34.95.