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Rename music files through Ex Falso

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If you have a huge collection of music files already, sometimes you realize that you were too lazy to add tags and/or descriptive file names to them. It’s a mess! Especially when you are looking for particular artists or titles or you’re in the mood to create a ‘mix CD’/'mix tape’ Sad But no need to worry! Ex Falso will help you organize your files. Big Grin

Just look for a package of this nifty application in your distro’s repository and voila~! Soon you will have this tool ready to save you from mess!

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