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MusicBrainz is a project of the US non-profit [WWW] MetaBrainz Foundation. MusicBrainz is a user-maintained community music metadatabase. Music metadata is information such as the artist name, the release title, and the list of tracks that appear on a release. MusicBrainz collects this information about recordings and makes it available to the public. The web site is the interface which allows the creation and maintenance of the data. All of the data in MusicBrainz is user contributed and user maintained.
MusicBrainz is a community-maintained open source encyclopedia of music information.
This means that anyone - including you - can help contribute to the project by adding information about your favorite artists and their related works.
In 2000, Gracenote took over the free CDDB project and commercialized it, essentially charging users for access to the very data they had themselves contributed. In response, Robert Kaye founded MusicBrainz. The project has since grown rapidly from a one-man operation to an international community of enthusiasts who appreciate both music and music metadata. Along the way, the scope of the project has expanded from its origins as a mere a CDDB replacement to today, where MusicBrainz has become a true encyclopedia of music.
As an encyclopedia and as a community, MusicBrainz exists solely to collect as much information about music as we can. We do not discriminate or prefer one "type" of music over another though, in fact we collect information about as many different types of music as possible. Whether it is published/unpublished, popular/fringe, western/non-western, human/non-human - we want it all to be entered into MusicBrainz.
If you have a digital music collection, MusicBrainz Picard will help you tag your files. http://musicbrainz.org/doc/About
Magic MP3 Tagger
Magic MP3 Tagger is a Windows tag editor for the MP3 file format, focusing on automated music identification and correction. It uses a built-in excerpt of the MusicBrainz database to greatly speed up this identification process of your music files. http://musicbrainz.org/doc/Magic_MP3_Tagger
MusicBrainz Picard is a cross-platform MusicBrainz tag editor written in Python. Picard replaced an earlier "Classic" tagger is intended to be the next generation of tagger for MusicBrainz, with a focus on album-oriented (as opposed to track-based) tagging and cross platform compatibility. https://picard.musicbrainz.org/