How to add explicit or clean tags in itunes with mp3tag windows

How to add explicit or clean tags in itunes with mp3tag windows

If you take pride in how neatly categorised and ordered your iTunes library is, having collated it from physical media, the iTunes Store and other retailers, you may have found inconsistencies among them.

Credits to artists featured on tracks may be displayed differently, and there’s a long-running argument about whether “ft.” or “feat.” is more suitable for music, but there’s one bugbear exclusive to iTunes: the ‘explicit’ and ‘clean’ tags. Those tiny little icons found beside some song titles in your library and on any iOS device you own, apart from the songs you have carefully curated yourself.

Luckily, a solution is at hand, and it’s far from difficult to replicate.

Solution

1. Begin by downloading MP3Tag, whether the most recent version or a portable version.

How to add explicit or clean tags in itunes with mp3tag windows

2. Open iTunes and find a song that you’d like to mark with an appropriate tag. Click the song once, so that it is highlighted, and then press “Ctrl + I.” The next window will have a button marked “File.” Under it you can see if the track is an AAC or MP3 (iTunes calls MP3 ‘MPEG audio’). Unfortunately, adding these tags to an MP3 file is not possible, so any track you wish to mark must be AAC.

How to add explicit or clean tags in itunes with mp3tag windows

3. Right-click the track and choose to “Create AAC Version.” In our case, we’ll use a copy of Hard-Fi’s “Suburban Knights.” iTunes will play a tone when the AAC version has been created, and it will appear alongside the original version in your library. Use “Ctrl + I” again to double-check which file is the AAC version if you are unsure.

How to add explicit or clean tags in itunes with mp3tag windows

4. Open MP3Tag at this point, and right click the song in iTunes to see a list of actions. Choose “Show in Windows Explorer,” then drag the song into MP3Tag.

How to add explicit or clean tags in itunes with mp3tag windows

5. Right-click the entry within MP3Tag and select the “Extended Tags” option. The tag is not part of MP3Tag by default, so you’ll have to add it via the first of the three buttons.

How to add explicit or clean tags in itunes with mp3tag windows

6. After clicking the first of the three buttons, another window will appear asking for two properties: the tag name and the tag value.

How to add explicit or clean tags in itunes with mp3tag windows

7. Call the tag “ITUNESADVISORY” (without the quote marks), and choose the correct value. Entering “0” will mean that no icon appears, just as before. Entering “1” will give the song the “Explicit” tag, and entering “2” will give it the “Clean” tag. Leaving the value blank will give no tag.

How to add explicit or clean tags in itunes with mp3tag windows

7. After modifying the details for the song, press “Ctrl + S” in MP3Tag to get a window informing you that the changes have been saved.

How to add explicit or clean tags in itunes with mp3tag windows

8. Remove the songs you’re changing from iTunes. As iTunes cannot register changes to the song, you’ll have to remove and re-add them. Make sure you choose to “Keep Files.”

9. Drag the modified tracks back into iTunes, and you’ll see the corresponding tag. Sync them with an iOS device and the same remains true.

Conclusion

How to add explicit or clean tags in itunes with mp3tag windows

Although this solution may seem complex, in practice it is far from difficult. Not everyone may feel it benefits their library, but being able to mark specific versions of songs could be convenient depending on social situations.

Paul is a Northern Irish tech enthusiast who can normally be found tinkering with Windows software or playing games.

I have to confess it and I’m not ashamed I was used to downloading my music illegally when I was younger. The first reason was I didn’t have money to spend in music and the second was there wasn’t a good legal music downloading service at the time. Sure there was iTunes but let’s be honest paying 99cts for a crappy mp3 with annoying DRM that restricted how to use your music… hum…it didn’t sound right.

But in 2007 a French company named Qobuz started to sell for a fair price music with CD quality and without DRM. I started to use Qobuz back in 2014 and since it’s only pure pleasure! The quality is at least 16bits in lossless and up to 24 bits. And you can choose the file format you want .alac, .flac, .wav, etc…

When I download my music I buy the 16bits version simply because my ears don’t allow me to make the difference between 16bits and 24bits and also because I don’t use high-end headphones.

Also, illegally downloading music is stealing and it didn’t help the artists you like. When doing so the artists don’t earn money for their work and personally, I wouldn’t like to work for free so it’s the same for artists. They worked and they have to be paid for their work.

The second reason why I don’t like downloading crappy mp3 is that those mp3 are poorly compressed and some frequencies are removed also the bitrates is very low, the best mp3 you can find has a bitrate of 320kbps but sometimes it’s 256kbps or even 128kbps and this is bad for your ears and your brain. When listening to this kind of audio signal I deeply think your brain get used to this lack of quality and you lose the ability to hear these same frequencies. It’s just like listening to your music too loud, you’re damaging your ears and brain.

Now you know where I get my music, let’s talk about my and your iTunes Library.

As I said on Instagram a couple days ago I’m very pride of my iTunes Library. All the songs I owned are lossless files and in 16bits (CD Quality) with only a couple of mp3 when there is no lossless version.

Also, all the songs have their artwork and tags right with Track Name, Artist, Album Name, Track Number, Year, BPM, Genre and also lyrics. It literally took me years to achieve this but today here we are.

How to add explicit or clean tags in itunes with mp3tag windows

The secret to achieving this is first Qobuz who provide music with already a lot of tags included in the music file. And then I spend time gathering other information such as lyrics, bpm, and explicit/clean tag.

For the lyrics I simply google:

And I used the result and copy past it in iTunes

How to add explicit or clean tags in itunes with mp3tag windows

For the BPM tag is use an app called beaTunes it’s $34.95. It also adds a lot of useful information you might like if you’re like to mix your music or if you like DJing.

How to add explicit or clean tags in itunes with mp3tag windows

For the Explicit tag, I use an app called Mp3tag originally developed for Windows a version for MacOS is available here. Choose the Wine.app already installed version It’s free and by following the next step you’ll be able to add the E that stands for Explicit at the end of the track name in iTunes.

1° Tell Mp3tag where is located your iTunes Library, by default, it’s in /Users/YourUserName/Music/iTunes/

How to add explicit or clean tags in itunes with mp3tag windows

2° You need to know that iTunes can’t read the Explicit tag in mp3 so you might need to convert it into AAC in order to display the Explicit tag.

3° In Mp3tag right click the file and select Extended Tags option. The explicit tag isn’t by default available in Mp3tag, so you’ll need to add it via the first of the three buttons on the right of the Metadata list.

How to add explicit or clean tags in itunes with mp3tag windows

4° Now in the windows that just appears, add in Field: ITUNESADVISORY and in value, you can choose between 2 options:
1 will give the song the Explicit tag
2 will give the song the Clean tag

How to add explicit or clean tags in itunes with mp3tag windows

5° After adding the tag click OK, then OK and play your song in iTunes you’ll see the E appears at the end of the track name.

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The universal tag editor and more .

Mp3tag is a powerful and easy-to-use tool to edit metadata of audio files.

It supports batch tag-editing of ID3v1, ID3v2.3, ID3v2.4, iTunes MP4, WMA, Vorbis Comments and APE Tags for multiple files at once covering a variety of audio formats.

Furthermore, it supports online database lookups from, e.g., Discogs, MusicBrainz or freedb, allowing you to automatically gather proper tags and download cover art for your music library.

You can rename files based on the tag information, replace characters or words in tags and filenames, import/export tag information, create playlists and more.

How to add explicit or clean tags in itunes with mp3tag windows

Main features:

Batch Tag Editing Write ID3v1.1, ID3v2.3, ID3v2.4, MP4, WMA, APEv2 Tags and Vorbis Comments to multiple files at once.

Support for Cover Art Download and add album covers to your files and make your library even more shiny.

Import from Discogs, freedb, MusicBrainz Save typing and import tags from online databases like Discogs, freedb, MusicBrainz, and more.

Replace characters or words Replace strings in tags and filenames (with support for Regular Expressions).

Create Playlists automatically Create and manage playlists automatically while editing.

Rename files from tags Rename files based on the tag information and import tags from filenames.

Export to HTML, RTF, CSV Generate nice reports and lists of your collection based on user-defined templates.

Full Unicode Support User-interface and tagging are fully Unicode compliant.

Besides these main features Mp3tag offers a variety of other functions and features ranging ranging from batch export of embedded album covers, over support for iTunes-specific tags like media type or TV Show settings, to combining multiple actions into groups that can be applied with a single mouse click.

Supported Audio Formats

  • Advanced Audio Coding (aac)
  • Apple Lossless Audio Codec (alac)
  • Audio Interchange File Format (aif / aifc / aiff)
  • Direct Stream Digital Audio (dsf)
  • Free Lossless Audio Codec (flac)
  • Matroska (mka / mkv)
  • Monkey’s Audio (ape)
  • Mpeg Layer 3 (mp3)
  • MPEG-4 (mp4 / m4a / m4b / m4v / iTunes)
  • Musepack (mpc)
  • Ogg Vorbis (ogg)
  • IETF Opus (opus)
  • OptimFROG (ofr / ofs)
  • Speex (spx)
  • Tom’s Audio Kompressor (tak)
  • True Audio (tta)
  • Windows Media Audio (wma)
  • WavPack (wv)
  • WAV (wav)
  • WebM (webm)

Introduction.

AAC stands for Advanced Audio Coding. It’s an audio codec that features a better audio compression than the well-known MP3 format. AAC audio files can have .aac, .m4a, .mp4, and several other extensions (depending on the container format). This codec is actively supported by Apple.

Like ID3 tags in MP3 files, AAC files offer some space for meta information like title, artist, track number, year, comments, genre, album. These tags are important for searching and sorting, they can be used to organize a music collection. Besides, most players nowadays read tags and expect files to have them.

To edit AAC tags, you can use a tool like mp3Tag Pro.

Step 1: Download and install the program.

Download mp3Tag Pro to a known location. Run the downloaded setup package and follow on-screen instructions to install it.

Step 2: Start the program. Select files to edit AAC tags.

Launch the AAC tag editor. Browse to the folder where your AAC files are stored. You can browse as usual, by double clicking folders to enter them and by double clicking ‘..’ to exit a folder (or use the “Level up” button), or selecting folders on the left. Alternatively, click the folder icon in the address field of mp3Tag Pro to invoke a usual “Browse” dialog.

How to add explicit or clean tags in itunes with mp3tag windows

Once you are in the correct folder, AAC files should be shown, like on the screen shot above. If mp3Tag Pro shows no files on your computer, but AAC files are there, click View and select the “Show files” submenu:

How to add explicit or clean tags in itunes with mp3tag windows

Step 3: Edit AAC tags.

Now you have various possibilities to edit AAC tags. mp3Tag Pro supports downloading tag information from FreeDB and Amazon tagging services, importing tags from a CSV file and other tagging methods. As our filenames already contain information about artist, titles and track numbers, we can do the following.

Select all files in the directory by clicking the “Select all” button, as shown on the first screen shot. Alternatively, you can press “Ctrl” + “A” on your keyboard.

How to add explicit or clean tags in itunes with mp3tag windows

Click the “Generate tags” button. This will open a new window.

How to add explicit or clean tags in itunes with mp3tag windows

Our filenames consist of three parts: Artist – Track number – Title. Let’s tell the AAC tagger this in its format field in the left upper corner of the window. We type %A – %# – %T and choose to overwrite the existing tags. See results in the preview area.

Finally, click “Generate tags” at the bottom of the window to save the information extracted from filenames to AAC tags.

How to add explicit or clean tags in itunes with mp3tag windows

So, we have easily filled out three fields. If you know some additional information about the files, or want to add your comments, select all files again and type any information you want into the corresponding fields.

How to add explicit or clean tags in itunes with mp3tag windows

Click “Save” to save changed fields into all selected files.

Both the above described methods can be used for up to 10000 AAC files at once. To select files in more than one folder, use “Scan subfolders” button near the address field of mp3Tag Pro.

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    When I view my purchased music in iTunes songs that are explicit are shown with a red explicit box next to them in the list of songs. I.e. the explicit tag you see when purchasing the song is passed through to the iTunes library. Also the same is done for songs itunes tagged as clean. I’d really like to be able to identify any songs that are explicit in my ios app but I can’t find any resources on whether the tag is passed through to the ios devices with the other song information (MPMediaItemProperty) and if so how to get it (I’ve searched endlessly!) Some songs include “[Explicit] at the end of their title, but this is only the case with some songs, not all. Does anyone know if the tag is present and readable from Objective-C code?

    How to add explicit or clean tags in itunes with mp3tag windows

    1 Answer 1

    Well, this took me a good few hours to find! Be prepared, it’s not as simple as just using MPMediaQuery .

    Overview

    The data you need isn’t easily accessible via the standard channels (i.e There is no pre-defined key in the MediaPlayer or AVFoundation frameworks to access this metadata). It is available via most ID3 tag editors, under the name ITUNESADVISORY . This tag can take 3 values:

    This is what we’re looking for, but how do we access it. The MediaPlayer framework is fairly high level, which means that we are limited in what data we can access/use. In order to look more deeply at a media file, we need to use AVFoundation framework as well.

    How-to

    I don’t know what exact workflow you’re using, but I hope you can adapt this to your needs. In order to determine whether a media file is explicit/clean or otherwise, I did as follows:

    I needed to get a hold of a MPMediaItem containing the file I want to inspect. I did this using MPMediaPickerController , presenting it, and retrieved the selected media items through its delegate method:

    Once I have my MPMediaItem , I need to get the equivalent AVAsset so I can work with the AVFoundation framework. To do this, I can use the URL path from the media item to create the asset.

    Once we have our asset, we need to get the metadata from it. From experimentation, this is iTunes metadata. As such, lets extract it from our asset.

    This is where the fun, undocumented work begins. We now have to find the correct metadata item for what we want. As the advisory key is not declared as a constant in any of Apple’s documentation, after a lot of trial and error, I’ve found it to be 1920233063 .

    To get the correct metadata item, we need to perform a filter on the metadata array, as so:

    Once we’ve done that, then we need to determine what it is. This is relatively simple, and can be adapted to your own needs. I’ve just written a simple switch statement that says what type the song/media is. (Remember: It’s entirely possible the media file doesn’t include an advisory tag, so we have to check whether the index exists or not)

    Conclusion

    And there you have it, a way to determine whether a song is clean or explicit, or neither. Because this is using a static number to find the advisory data, and is not linked to any constant defined in Apple’s headers, I can not guarantee that this will work for all iOS versions in the past, present and future. I have tested this on iOS 6, and it seemed to be ok. Your milage may vary.

    It’s a shame Apple don’t provide this functionality out of the box (even if they just provided the Advisory Key). This functionality could be placed within a Category, if you so desire.

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    ID3 tags provide the Title, Artist, Year, Genre and other great information when you’re listening to music. Here you will find the current standards documents; pointers to software libraries in just about every language and other information you can use to enhance your MP3 audio library.

    ID3 tags are the audio file data standard for MP3 files in active use by software and hardware developers around the world. ID3 tags are supported in software such as iTunes, Windows Media Player, Winamp, VLC, and hardware players like the iPod, Creative Zen, Samsung Galaxy, and Sony Walkman.

    An ID3 tag is a data container within an MP3 audio file stored in a prescribed format. This data commonly contains the Artist name, Song title, Year and Genre of the current audio file. This website contains the format standards information for the ID3 tagging data container. If you’ve read this far and are confused, check the ID3v2Easy page for a short, low-tech introduction.

    While there are legacy and future standards for ID3 tags, the most popular version implemented today is ID3 version 2.3. A follow on version, 2.4, is documented on this website but has not achieved popular status due to some disagreements on some of the revisions and the tremendous inertia present in the software and hardware marketplace.

    Consumers should read the Introduction where the basics of the ID3 tagging format and its history are covered. On that page are links to basic technical information about how ID3 tags work. The Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) page contains some additional items of interest.

    Developers who are new to the ID3 tag format may want to jump directly to the ID3v2 made easy page for quick low tech introduction. Those interested in getting right into the thick of the standard should check out the Developer Information page. Software developers will find ID3 tag manipulation libraries under Implementations.

    The technical aspects of ID3 tagging are discussed on the ID3v2 Developers Mailing List.

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    Enigmafan420

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  • I am being dense and can’t figure this one out.

    I see where the tag for None, Clean, or Explicit is, but when I change them all to none and save them, nothing happens.

    I got one to drop off, but it was an accident and I haven’t been able to repeat.

    What am I doing wrong?

    How to add explicit or clean tags in itunes with mp3tag windows

    Enigmafan420

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  • I am being dense and can’t figure this one out.

    I see where the tag for None, Clean, or Explicit is, but when I change them all to none and save them, nothing happens.

    I got one to drop off, but it was an accident and I haven’t been able to repeat.

    What am I doing wrong?

    Not only has it not removed the tags-the songs I tried to correct will now not play

    Any advice would me MOST appreciated!

    BG-Mac

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  • Not only has it not removed the tags-the songs I tried to correct will now not play

    Any advice would me MOST appreciated!

    How to add explicit or clean tags in itunes with mp3tag windows

    Enigmafan420

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  • I removed the songs from my library but didn’t delete the files. When I added the again, the “clean” tag was gone but itunes still won’t play them

    Skullhouseapps

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    • Apr 20, 2011
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  • iDevice Problem

    It works excellent, but just in iTunes, because when you sync with an iDevice, the explicit tag won’t show, and when you turn explicit content off from restrictions, the song is still there, any ideas of how to fix this?

    AeroBar

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  • I’ve tried this and Subler will not open music files for me.

    Is there another way?

    tyler510

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    • Feb 20, 2012
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  • Not only has it not removed the tags-the songs I tried to correct will now not play

    Any advice would me MOST appreciated!

    EclecticFrittle

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    • Feb 20, 2012
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  • Not only has it not removed the tags-the songs I tried to correct will now not play

    Any advice would me MOST appreciated!

    I’ve posted a method (Unfortunately for Mac users, it is Windows only) that works without changing any other details about the tracks.

    2. Extract to a folder anywhere on your PC (you should be able to right click and extract if you’re using Windows)

    3. Navigate to the folder where you extracted the files and open it. Then OPEN the ‘READ THIS.pdf’ file and READ IT! It has all the remaining instructions (they are the same as those posted by user “benh911f” from MacRumors and user “ZL” from NeoSeeker).

    4. Follow the instructions on the included .pdf file, and hey-presto! Tagging Complete

    5. [OPTIONAL] If your tags do not show up in iTunes after you’ve tagged your songs as explicit/clean, RESTART YOUR PC. This will allow iTunes to “refresh/re-check/re-awesome-ize” its entire library’s contents and show the tags.

    6. You will need to convert your MP3’s to AAC’s before you can edit their tags. iTunes has this feature built in (Right click on song(s))