Have you been recording sound effects for months, or even years? Perhaps your library began with a handful of tracks, then grew with sputtering leaps and collapsed into a jumbled heap of tangled metadata.
In the last article I explored simple ways to touch up metadata. I featured a particular metadata app, Soundminer, and highlighted 10 tools it uses to add, edit, and save metadata.
Today I'll continue exploring how Soundminer can enhance your collection with metadata. In this post I'll share a more complex but powerful method: updating your metadata with external files.
It's more involved than what we learned last post. However, it has great power to fix, transform, and polish vast amounts of metadata simply. Are you a sound librarian? Do you work with a massive collection of sound effects or music? Today's article is for you.
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