Paul, I have been using iTunes for many years, and so far I find SongKong way better than any of the other products I’ve tried to cleanup my library.
For me there is one important function still lacking:
Now that SongKong is able to create a metadata spreadsheet, could you provide a mechanism to store the data in an edited spreadsheet back into Apple Music? Can this be done directly, or indirectly by first updating the music folders/files and then re-importing the whole lot into a new Music Library?
Most of my music library is classical music. I prefer to stay with Apple Music, in particular now that there is the work/movement option.
About half of my music is not being recognised by SongKong, so that leaves me with a lot of manual editing (e.g. moving track info to work and movement). This is hardly feasible with Apple Music or SongKong, but would be a lot easier with Microsoft Excel.
And if that cannot be done with Apple Music, are there alternatives in the Apple world that would make this possible? Plex?
I had a brief look at Doug’s iTunes applescripts, but don’t think these can help either.
I still don’t understand how the Apple Music work/movement feature works? Are these separate fields, or are these existing fields used in a different way?