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Thanks. It sounds like -- from some of the posts I have seen that some people use both. I appreciate it is hard for you to keep two updated especially when one is older.

Anyway, I will take your advice and see how SongKong works.
Thanks very much for the speedy reply. I did not know enough about how the software worked to know about this feature. It sounds like you have this well thought out.

I will download your test Jaikoz software because I think it will be better for me than SongKong. Would you agree?

Thanks again.
I just came across Jaikoz today. My primary interest is that I am starting a new library of hi-res music, mostly classical. I was happy to see you added dsf support in the December release. The web page also showed the software has a better understanding of classical music than most. I plan on using this with Plex software since it is not very useful to me without good tagging and Jaikoz looks like the best I have come across (easytag) did not work for me.

Here is my question: Many composers are listed with different spellings even though the field references the same person. I have read the DSF file format and ID3v2 documents and it appears that I could kludge something together in the comment field. What I want to do is choose a single spelling/name for a composer but list the alternates the recording had and all others. It also said that user defined fields could be created. Is likely to cause an interoperability problem with software like Plex?

Thanks so much.
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