NOTE: this isn’t a post talking about if it’s worth sending CD’s, or sending links to yousendits or SoundClouds or FTPs or Rapidshares (which, might I add, is RUBBISH) or public Dropbox links (which I recommend) or just whacking MP3’s directly into emails etc.
No, no, no – this is a post about the actual MP3 file, what it should look like, what it should contain and how by taking heed of the advice thus contained within this post, you’ll make a lot of people like me very happy.
Recently I contacted a handful of artists and asked them to get some music over to me as I was submitting a new batch of tracks to our sync contacts around the world and their music fitted the bill that was required. What I received in return was a resounding mish mash of metadata…
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