She holds a Master of Arts in writing for television and new media from the University of Turin.
i Tunes doesn't show filenames or the Key tag, so you'll have to use one of the common ID3 tag writing options in the Personalize/Preferences of MIK if you want to view your keys in i Tunes.
The i Pod doesn't like the Music Brainz tags in the files, so it may pull up the wrong release art on the i Pod.
To add the missing information or modify incorrect details, use the song information window in i Tunes.
Choose Get info, then check one of the boxes that you don't plan on using and write something into the selected box, and then press OK. DO NOT check the boxes next to comments, BPM, Artist, or any other tag that you are using.
This will tell i Tunes to replace any of those tags with what you write in the box.
If you change your mind, press "Esc" to deactivate the field and return to the original information.
If the field corresponding to the tag you want to add is missing, click the "Add Field" button and select the field from the drop-down menu that appears. To apply the same tags to multiple songs at one time -- to group songs into an album, for example -- select them all, right-click any one of them and select "Get Info." When you do this, i Tunes may prompt you to confirm whether you want to edit information for multiple items. Check the check box labeled "Do Not Ask Me Again" to suppress any future confirmation prompts.