MP3 Rage Gets An Update

Chaotic Software has released an update for MP3 Rage, bringing it the version 3.9.1. MP3 Rage is an MP3 utility for organizing and adjusting music in the MP3 format. The new version has some bug fixes and performance enhancements. According to Chaotic Software:

MP3 Rage is the definitive collection of tools for MP3 enthusiasts. You can search for and download thousands of MP3is from the Internet using the Napster(tm) music sharing system and the Gnutella file sharing system, edit ID3 tags, analyze MP3is and adjust their sound volume automatically to play at similar levels, export MP3 files to AIFF format for burning CDis, play MP3 files, catalog, organize, rename, find, and change thousands of MP3 files and their ID3 tags quickly and painlessly. It does all this with a clean, powerful, and easy-to-use interface.

MP3 Rage 3.9.1 change history:

  • Fixed problems with organizer failing when not creating aliases
  • Add support for controlling whether leading zeros are used when renaming
  • Added support for dropping files on the Tag Changer window to fill in the fields with that fileis info
  • Fixed problems with Napster disconnect button sometimes becoming disabled while still connected
  • Fixed Web update info URL to work with recent web site changes.

You can find more information about the MP3 Rage update at the Chaotic Software Web site. MP3 Rage is available for US$24.95.