Zortam Mp3 Media Studio

Zortam Mp3 Media Studio 25.30

Organize MP3 files using a set of filters
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Manage the MP3 collection and arrange the tracks by author, genre, album and year. Supports recovering missing information for added tracks.

Zortam Mp3 Media Studio is a comprehensive software bundle used for ripping audio CDs, converting and editing audio files.
It comes wrapped in a well-structured interface, with right and left panels, big button icons and a rich options tab, all these options being a bit confusing for a novice user.

The menu tab, as I said, it's very supportive, and though it may seem overcrowded it's just a first impression effect. The functionalities are well displayed with the help of big and explicit icons. The front menu includes options such as Autotagging, CD ripper, Mp3 tagging or a Track normalizer.

Autotagging is a feature that automatically identifies mp3 files and adds Cover/Album Art, Lyrics and other metadata information such as Artist, Title, Album, Genre, Year, Track Number to your files. Moreover, when you transfer your mp3 files to any other device, such as iPhone, Android devices or mobiles, the application will automatically recognize the created tags.

The CD ripper converts your CD to mp3 files and ads metadata information from Zortam database to extracted files. This way, your new mp3 files are completely tagged.

Also, Zortam has a built-in mp3 player, where you can listen to your tracks and visualize songs lyrics or animation effects.

The major downside of the free version is that despite the Mp3 Player and all other Mp3 Tagger options, other features such as CD ripper, YouTube To Mp3 Downloader or Normalize Volume are restricted for a few uses.
Also, it only provides support for mp3 files, which can be quite inconvenient for some users.

To summarize, Zortam Mp3 Media Studio offers a high amount of support for mp3 file manipulation, and though the free version is highly restrictive and the price is too high for such a bundle tool, it's still a decent mp3 file manager.

John Saunders
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Review summary


  • Has a built-in Mp3 player
  • Comes with a Volume Normalizer feature
  • Has an auto-tagging feature


  • Lacks various audio format support
  • Free version is highly restrictive
  • The price is too high
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