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Thread: classical music gets explicit tag added when converting?

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    classical music gets explicit tag added when converting?

    Hi all

    Sorry if this has been covered elsewhere.

    I have just converted a classical piano album (essential einaudi) from flac to m4a to put it on my phone, however when I import it to Itunes it gets a parental advisory Explicit icon on every track !!

    Is this a bug in the latest Itunes 11 ?

    Im Using the latest DBpoweramp version.

    Thanks Dgs

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    Re: classical music gets explicit tag added when converting?

    You need R14.4 which is in the beta section of this forum.

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    Re: classical music gets explicit tag added when converting?

    Thanks for the quick response

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    Re: classical music gets explicit tag added when converting?

    OK, but then what do we do with the explicit rating on the iTunes files? I did 10 CDs and they are all marked as Explicit even the Cantor disk. Do I rip all 10 disks again?

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    Re: classical music gets explicit tag added when converting?

    Installed 14.4 and used the batch converter on the flac files for 358 songs. 1 hour later, same result all still marked as explicit. When ripping the CDs (replaced iTunes files only) results were good. The bug is fixed but you must erase the old Explicit album/song first.

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    Re: classical music gets explicit tag added when converting?

    Quote Originally Posted by VicLaw View Post
    Installed 14.4 and used the batch converter on the flac files for 358 songs. 1 hour later, same result all still marked as explicit. When ripping the CDs (replaced iTunes files only) results were good. The bug is fixed but you must erase the old Explicit album/song first.
    Itunes database doesn't reload metadata just because the file is fixed. Delete the tracks from the itunes library. When it asks if you also want to remove from disk, say NO. Then readd the tracks to itunes. Then it will read the metadata correctly. There are other ways to force itunes to reread a files metadata and update itunes database. Google for this.

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