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I just submitted the support files the first submission was all tracks contained in a single folder the second submission was with the tracks for each disc in a folder named CD1, CD2, CD3 and CD4 the last submission is for trying to match just disc 4.

Interestingly I went back into Jaikoz to see if folders or no folders would make a difference. I ran the files separated into folders through Jaikoz and without thinking I ran the match command and not the match to specific MB release. This time it matched everything correctly. Next I closed the files without saving and opened them again this time I ran the match to a specific release and it matched everything correctly. After that I wanted to try and replicate the previous mismatching I was experiencing so I put all the tracks back into a single folder and ran them through Jaikoz again. This time both automatic matching and specify release worked correctly tagging all tracks correctly. Finally I tried just matching tracks on disc 4 that was giving me all the problems and now that is also matching correctly.

While testing I noticed two tracks on disc 2 had incorrect track and disc numbers. I used MP3tag to fix the incorrect information. I went back into jaikoz and made sure it was still correctly matching. Once I confirmed Jaikoz was correctly matching each track I again closed the files without saving and then ran them through SongKong. SongKong is still mismatching. The last support file I submitted showed the results of this attempt in SongKong.
I am running into a problem where both Jaikoz and SongKong keep mixing up tracks in multi disc sets. For example I am trying to tag a 4 disc set and for whatever reason on at least two of the discs tracks are getting matched to the wrong track on the wrong disc.

Occasionally matching one disc at a time will reduce the mismatches but there are times when no matter what I do, the software refuses to make the correct match.

As an example disc 4 in the Chris Cornell set https://musicbrainz.org/release/ee167626-2676-415e-a5f9-bde546e71bee is matching as follows:

4-2 Mind Riot matched as 3-12 Nearly Forgot My Broken Heart
4-3 Nothing To Say matched as 3-18 When Bad Does Good
4-11 Stargazer matched as 3-5 I am the Highway

I have tried going in and entering the MD Track ID for the offending tracks but as soon as I run a match to specific Musicbrainz album it goes back to matching the wrong track. Would it be possible to add a setting that all tracks in a folder must be matched to the same disc number?
In SongKong occasionally it will make a match to an incorrect release. Normally what I do when this happens is run the files through the undo fixes feature and then add the correct MusicBrainz ID to the album and then run it through SongKong again.

If I add the MusicBrainz ID using Jaikoz in trial mode, SongKong recognizes the ID from the tag and matches the files to the correct release. If I use Mp3tag to add the MusicBrainz ID, SongKong does not seem to be reading the MusicBrainz ID and continues matching to the incorrect release. Am I missing something? In Mp3tag I have the field mapped to MUSICBRAINZ_ALBUMID this appears to be correct as I can see the MusicBrainz ID entered in tracks SongKong has already processed.

I have also tried using the feature in Mp3tag to grab tags from MusicBrainz if I do this and run the tracks through SongKong, the tags are again ignored and the incorrect release is used for the match.

Is there anyway to fix these releases that does not involve purchasing a license for Jaikoz?
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