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How to Delete All Your MP3 Tags

by James RedUpdated September 22, 2017

MP3 tags are used to display information about a song, such as the name of the artist and album, the track number and year of release. While MP3 software like iTunes can allow you to make changes to MP3, there is special software that allows you to edit large batches of MP3s at a time.

Using Mp3tag

Move all the songs with MP3 tags you want to remove into one directory.

Download and install Mp3Tag. Launch the program after installation is complete.

Go to "File" then "Add Directoy." Select the directory with the songs you want to edit and click "Select Folder."

Select all the files in the directory by pressing "crtl"+"A" and then right-click on any of the songs. In the menu that appears, select "Remove tag." When asked if you are sure, click "Yes."

Using ID3-TagIT

Move all the songs with MP3 tags you want to remove into one directory.

Download and install ID3-TagIT. Launch the program after installation is complete.

Navigate to the folder you created in the "Folders" pane of the window. The songs in the folder will appear in the middle pane of the window.

Press "ctrl"+"A" on the keyboard to select all the files in the folder.

Go to "ID3-Functions" and select "Remove TAG Ver. 1." Go back to "ID3-Functions" and select "Remove TAG Ver. 2"

Go to "File" then "Save" to save the changes you made.

Using MP3 Tag Tools

Move all the songs with MP3 tags you want to remove into one directory.

Download and install MP3 Tag Tools. Launch the program after installation is complete.

Go to "File" then "Open Directory." Navigate to the directory with the MP3s you want to edit and click "Open."

Select all the MP3s by pressing "crtl"+"A" on your keyboard. Click on "Remove Tags."

Warnings

MP3 tags help you organize and identify your music. Be absolutely sure you want to do this!

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