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The must-have digital music organizer for iTunes and Windows Media Player!

TuneUp listens to your music files by taking an acoustic fingerprint, then goes and fetches all of the correct ID3 tags and album art for each file.

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What are people saying about TuneUp

Julie Julie Greetings,
If I have made my own MP3 from a vinyl album, TuneUp would be able to populate the ID3 tags for me?
If so, this is really wonderful.
Incidentally, you did get a nice write up in the Wall St. Journal.
Cheers, Julie
Apr 19 2010 at 9:50am Copy Link
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TuneUp Media Hi Julie -

Great question. And thanks for the kudos on the Wall Street Journal coverage.

TuneUp should be able to write ID3 tags to MP3s that you have converted from vinyl. There are a handful of caveats here, however. The MP3s need to be separated by track, meaning that if you ripped and entire LP into one MP3, we might have a hard time recognizing it. There also shouldn't be any excessive space before the track begins. Finally, TuneUp works best if you drag and drop in several tracks from the same album, as opposed to one-offs.

I would recommend that you visit our website and download TuneUp Lite to see how TuneUp works for your music collection.

Cheers,
Attiya Abdulghany
TuneUp Media
Marketing
TuneUp Media - Apr 19 2010 at 10:52am Copy Link
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anthonyraynor? Just to clarify, this is for the lifetime version of TuneUp Media vs. the annual version? Thanks for offering this as I requested, plan on buying 2-3 licenses.
Apr 19 2010 at 12:42pm Copy Link
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TuneUp Media Glad that we were able to fulfill your request. We're really looking forward to the sale.

The price quoted above is for the Gold (Lifetime) version, however, the discount will still work if you select the Annual option.

Correct - our current licensing policy ties your Activation Code to one machine with one transfer. Offering Family Packs of licenses is certainly something we're looking into, but probably won't be ready for the foreseeable future.
TuneUp Media - Apr 19 2010 at 12:50pm Copy Link
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anthonyraynor? And also realize it is an addon to iTunes. So if you don't want to use iTunes, look elsewhere for metadata correction. No product in this field is perfect, and neither is this one. I am not a metadata purist, but I do appreciate the ease of use of this product and it works for me. So as with any software, utilize the trial and formulate your own opinion.
Apr 19 2010 at 2:06pm Copy Link
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TuneUp Media Effective today, TuneUp is now available for both iTunes & Windows Media Player. For those of you using WMP, feel free to check out our homepage to download TuneUp Lite.
TuneUp Media - Apr 21 2010 at 7:31am Copy Link
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anthonyraynor? Just saw that on downloadsquad.com and requested the free copy, doubt I am one of the first 50 though. Glad you did that, don't care to use iTunes on my computer.
Apr 21 2010 at 12:14pm Copy Link
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Jon Koerner ??? What is TuneUp Lite ? Is it for WMP only? Is it free? How is the download different from the download here on BitsduJour?
Apr 25 2010 at 11:55am Copy Link
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Mark M What does it mean "TuneUp Gold is a single-computer license valid for the lifetime of the computer it's installed on.", specifically "lifetime of the computer"? When would you consider the end of life of my computer? When I change the motherboard? Upgrade Windows? Or maybe even reinstall Windows?
Apr 25 2010 at 10:06pm Copy Link
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Tom Colvin Unfortunately, I'm confused. Is the "free" Lite version for Windows the one that works with Windows Media Player? And is it limited to 100 song titles? Or does payment of the Bits du Jour discount price unlock the Lite version to unlimited title fixes?
Apr 25 2010 at 11:00pm Copy Link
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Doug Atkinson Don't want to speak for the developer, but it looks like both Tune-Up (offered here) and Tune-Up Lite work with iTunes or Windows Media Player. Tune-Up Lite is limited to 100 Songs and is intended to let you try it out before you buy, not really as a "freeware" version.

I agree about Joe's criticism of the annual auto-renewal, but at today's sale, I'd just spend the $14.97 for the lifetime version and not worry about forgetting to opt out.
Apr 26 2010 at 1:44am Copy Link
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Patrick N for me strict id licensing is all about greed especially if you cant renew somehow, a new hardrive,mobo,reinstall of os & your software is gone, honestly.. who will repurchase? .. instead left for anger & frustration while company looses rep, well.. i do not see the good.
i find it very odd cuze nowadays many changed their attitude towards purchasing software, most that i know do it, looking 10 years back not many did instead using naughty bits for nearly everything.

im ok with tied software as long as you can renew your id's,
subsriptions is fine to but not forced, if program is good enough or developed to the extent i find it worth for a renewal i will do so
Apr 26 2010 at 2:03am Copy Link
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Mica D Is above true? When exchanging my old PC with a new one, I would really have to buy a new license, even if the old PC is not used any more? Please confirm or clarify... (This license would be even worse than allowing a software to be installed just on once computer).

Also I am a little concerned about the data-security. Are the datas send anonymouslay or is the activation-code tied to a certain user and transfered together with the music-fingerprint? So the music-industry know exactly which person owns which music?
Apr 26 2010 at 3:30am Copy Link
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S B I, too, am holding off until I hear an answer to Mica D's question.

A possible "Deal Breaker" for me!

(also, Jon Koerner's reading of the limited opt-out period in the Annual License points out what suggests to me are ethical issues with the developer)
Apr 26 2010 at 5:55am Copy Link
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TuneUp Media First of all - thank you all for your interest in TuneUp. My apologies for the delay in responding to your questions. I will try to respond to each one below:

@Jon Koerner - TuneUp Lite is the free or limited version of TuneUp. It's the same as the Download link above. TuneUp is compatible with both Windows Media Player and iTunes - it's the same executable, you'll be able to select where TuneUp docks in "Preferences" after you launch.

RE: Automatic Renewal - We try to be as clear as possible about our policy here. If you decide to purchase the Annual Subscription and don't want to wait 11 months for the renewal notification, please contact our Support Team [http://www.tuneupmedia.com/support] with your Activation Code and they should be able to cancel the renewal manually. My apologies for the confusion on this.

@Mark M - TuneUp is licensed on a per machine basis with one transfer, in an effort to keep the price affordable. Reformatting your hard drive, upgrading your OS, etc. should not count as a transfer. However, if you buy a new machine and decide to use TuneUp on that, it will count as a transfer. Please refer to our Policies Page for more [http://www.tuneupmedia.com/policies].

@Tom Colvin - The Lite, Annual and Gold version are all the same executable. In order to get the benefits of TuneUp Annual or Gold, you'll need to purchase an Activation Code to unlock the product. As I noted to Joe, it's also the same executable for iTunes and Windows Media Player. If you both installed on your machine, TuneUp will prefer iTunes. To change this, launch TuneUp, register and update the docking in "Preferences".

@Doug Atkinson - Precisely right. Thanks for jumping in.

@Mica D - See my comments above RE: licensing policy. As far as data security, we have no ties to the music industry and I can assure you that your data is safe. As an organization, we're extremely serious about data security and protecting our users is not only safeguards the longevity of the company but is also among our top priorities. Additionally, for what it's worth - our application has no way of knowing where you acquire your music. Regardless if you've digitized your entire music collection from CDs & LPs, or you've downloaded via Last.fm, Hypemachine, etc. it all looks the same to us.

Hope this helps. I'll be monitoring discussion regularly here throughout the day, however I can also be reached at attiya[AT]tuneupmedia[DOT]com.

Attiya Abdulghany
TuneUp Media
Marketing Director
TuneUp Media - Apr 26 2010 at 7:01am Copy Link
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anthonyraynor? So by changing the affiliation in preferences, I can work with iTunes or WMP on the same machine? While having the ability to switch back and forth.

As far as auto-update concerns from other users. This is the lifetime version, annual renewal isn't pertinent. Why would anyone go that route anyway, I assume that is the developers goal?
Apr 26 2010 at 1:01pm Copy Link
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TuneUp Media Correct - you can work with iTunes or WMP on the same machine. You're more than welcomed to switch back and forth as many times as you'd like.

TuneUp Annual is included as part of this deal, however, I can say that the bulk of our users opt for the Lifetime, which we think is the better deal.
TuneUp Media - Apr 26 2010 at 1:05pm Copy Link
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Ian Cook I took advantage of the BitsDuJour special deal and purchased TuneUp yesterday.

It is working very well on my Windows 7 64 bit machine.
I have already cleaned up 1000's of songs, artwork etc.

Just so we are clear though...
Is the special deal being offer today the Lifetime version?
I do not want to pay anything again...

Thanks in advance.

Kind regards
Ian Cook
www.kirbyfooty.com
Apr 26 2010 at 1:18pm Copy Link
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TuneUp Media Hi Ian - Thanks for the kind words. Glad to hear that TuneUp's been working for you. The deal today is for either the Lifetime or the Annual. Your choice. Hope this helps.
TuneUp Media - Apr 26 2010 at 1:25pm Copy Link
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J Isbell Based on previous reviews here, it sounds like this company has too many ridiculous license policies. I refuse to spend any of my money (no matter the discount) on software with such bizarre restrictions. What a disappointing deal-killer.
Apr 26 2010 at 1:46pm Copy Link
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TuneUp Media Hi J Isbell - Sorry to hear that you feel that way. As I noted previously, we license TuneUp on a per-machine basis in an effort to keep the price as low as we can.

As far as the automatic renewal policy is concerned, this only applies to the Annual license. For what it's worth, the practice of automatic renewals is relatively standard in the subscription based software industry (Norton, for example does this). Users can always contact our Support Team with any request and we've always been very accommodating of those requests - including canceling the renewal.

Again, sorry to hear that you feel disappointed. Hopefully you'll give TuneUp a try some other time.
TuneUp Media - Apr 26 2010 at 1:51pm Copy Link
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anthonyraynor? I don't find most of your policies bizarre as some people feel they may be. As you mention antivirus has been that way, while other programs are heading that way. I understand the subscription need as this is a product that is always supplying new content (new music covers, metadata, etc.). I do however wish that as long as I use it on one machine only at a time, moving the license was more flexible.
Apr 26 2010 at 2:36pm Copy Link
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TuneUp Media Unlikely or not, in a situation like this, you'd need to contact our Support Team and they'd grant you another transfer. Our licensing policy is designed to protect the low pricing and piracy, not to make the lives of happy, paying customers difficult.
TuneUp Media - Apr 26 2010 at 3:32pm Copy Link
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S B @Attiya Abdulghany - Thank you for your clear response. I *do* understand that you're in a tough market, and we're all trying to cope--and even ethically thrive.

I'm going to have to pass on this. I don't have much music, but privacy should always be a concern and I really don't want even my filenames stored on your computers:

Music Library ... "is not limited to, track names, artist names, album titles and genres in your collection, as well as play counts and ratings you may have made in iTunes."

"A synchronized copy of your Music Library Information (not the library itself), is processed, maintained and stored on Tuneup Media's [secure] servers."

The product seems like a bargain, but you've obviously built your business model around the use of our information, and privacy has to trump convenience.

I will not be purchasing a license.
Apr 26 2010 at 4:02pm Copy Link
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Lifetime Upgrades Is it compatible for Windows 7 64-bit operating systems?


Oct 21 2010 at 1:47am Copy Link
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TuneUp Media Hi there. We are in fact compatible for Windows 7 with 64-bit OS. And as for your feedback we appreciate it. Thank you for the suggestion. We are always trying to find better ways to help our users, so thank you for taking the time to suggest an alternative. Please let us know if you have any other issues. Thanks for your support.
TuneUp Media - Oct 22 2010 at 8:40am Copy Link
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anthonyraynor? I have 4 licenses for the product and it does the job pretty well.  Not perfect, but saves a lot of work, and I don't care if the music is 100% perfectly tagged.  For the price, it will easily justify it's cost in time saved.  The only issue I have is I wish you could just tell it to correct all of your music and not have to drag over blocks of songs. 
Oct 22 2010 at 2:16pm Copy Link
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James A The single license transfer makes me leery of purchasing. I can understand not allowing a single license to be active on multiple machines simultaneously; but not being able to take my software with me as I move from system to system does not seem like a sound investment. TuneUp Media has done an incredible job of thwarting pirates post version 1.1.9, but at what cost to the legitimate consumer? A company's policies should make their customers confident in their purchases. That being said, I still plan on buying TuneUp Media on Thursday. I can only hope that they will allow multiple license transfers in the future so I won't have to worry about what I'll do when I get new computers.
Oct 26 2010 at 4:28pm Copy Link
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TuneUp Media @T Raynor - Thanks for the kind words.  Stay tuned for news on the "auto-clean" feature that you've suggested.  This is a common feature requested by a lot of our users.
@James - Thanks for your constructive comment. And as I've noted in previous posts, we're aware of some of the concerns that users, such as yourselves, have regarding our licensing policy.  I can assure you that taking another look at our licensing policy is on the list and we hope to be able to deliver a happy medium sometime in the future.  For what it's worth, as I believe I've noted in the past, we do allow for you to transfer your license once.  Such being said, I'm glad to hear that you'll be purchasing TuneUp regardless.  We really appreciate your patience as we try to develop user friendly solutions that also protect our business.
TuneUp Media - Oct 26 2010 at 5:38pm Copy Link
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Husker Tech Really, all this regular complaining about license policies. The vendor has to recover some of his time developing the software. Permitting it to be transferred one time on a lifetime license is a bit limiting, but I can live with it. I am using the software right now and it seems very useful. Rather than installing the application on multiple PC's it would be just as easy to transfer the music to one PC, update the tags and transfer it back. Unless something really goes wrong in the next 24 hours, I plan on purchasing the software. Thanks.
Oct 27 2010 at 6:14pm Copy Link
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Thomas L. Hi! What about privacy?
Is there a possibility to run the software offline?
Can I switch off the concert notification?
What information is left on your server after updating my songs?

Best regards
Thomas
Oct 27 2010 at 7:51pm Copy Link
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Michael Crosson Just about everyone has more than one computer these days (desktop, laptop, netbook and perhaps an office computer) and license schemes should reflect this.  I suppose one could get around the licensing restriction of TuneUp by copying their music files to an external HD and then updating the tags on the computer the software is installed on, and then copy them back again, but this is annoying and reduces the time saving benefit of the software.  It has to be a very special program for me to tolerate strict licenses, so I'll have to pass even though I am interested what this software does.  Also, it needs to work with lossless formats as well as MP3 and WMA.
Oct 27 2010 at 8:02pm Copy Link
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Charles Cowan Question: Des this work well with classical music? Is there a large enough library that you compare against?
Oct 28 2010 at 1:59am Copy Link
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Pedro Laurent I bought this software and is good for what it does, but Sony Media Go can do the same thing for free and without license restriction, and uses the Gracenote database to search for missing ID tags, cover images as well, Rip CD to ACC or MP3 from 64kbps to 320kbps for both formats and you can edit songs ID manually if necessary.
Oct 28 2010 at 3:03am Copy Link
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TuneUp Media @Harlan Bruce - Thanks :)

@Thomas L. - Unfortunately, we need to use the internet to send fingerprints to Gracenote and provide results.  There's really no other way for us to do this.  I can say that we very much protect your privacy and don't store any information about where your music came from, etc.  Finally - as far as I know, there's no way to turn off concerts.  I can double check with our engineering team, however.

@Michale Crosson - Please see my comments to James A. We're working on a better solution, but as I noted, we need to pay our engineers and we wanted to keep the price for consumers low.  Plus, @ 50% off, you're getting a much better deal than the bulk of users who purchase TuneUp.

@Charles Cowan - I would say that we're pretty decent with classical music.  TuneUp will fill in the Composer tag, which is a major plus for the classical music fans out there.  If you're uncertain, I would urge you to try out the free version (TuneUp Lite - available for download on our website), throw some of your classical tracks at it and see how it does.  If you're not happy with results, no love lost and you haven't spent any money.

@Pedro Laurent - While Sony Media Go does use Gracenote's MusicID, it's a separate media player and it's Windows only.  As Sony owns Gracenote, it would make sense that they would be able to offer this service for free.  This service also lacks that music discovery features, that many, many of our users have come to love.  For what it's worth, we're building out more products and features in the coming months to provide an even better service to our users.

Thanks again for all of your comments.  I'm here all day if anyone has anything to add.



TuneUp Media - Oct 28 2010 at 5:14am Copy Link
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