Freeware tool for renaming MP3, AAC, M4P, and M4A files quickly and easily

Union City, CA August 29th, 2006 — Inc., a software
company focusing on system utility and data recovery software, today
announced the availability of MusicRenamer version 1.0. The utility
automates the renaming of music files to a consistent and easily
readable format.

Based on the one of the features found in the latest version of
SubRosaSoft’s FileSalvage, MusicRenamer uses the ID3 tags embedded in
your tunes to help you avoid hours of manually editing the file names
in the Finder. MusicRenamer is simple and easy to use. With a couple
of clicks, the files of your music library will be renamed to the
following format: artist, album name, track number, and song title.
MusicRenamer is extremely fast. A folder with a few thousand songs
can be renamed in less than a minute.

MusicRenamer is a “must use” on tunes recovered by file recovery
software such as earlier versions of FileSalvage and other data
recovery products. Instead of having to sort thru hundreds or even
thousands of recovered songs with generic and usually cryptic file
names, you can quickly identify the songs by simply running
MusicRenamer on recovered tunes. In addition to MP3, MusicRenamer
also supports AAC, M4P, and M4A formats.

Pricing, Availability and System Requirements

MusicRenamer is free. To download the freeware, please visit

SubRosaSoft MusicRenamer requires System 10.3 or higher.

For more information, contact by e-mail at or visit

Download sites, CD publishers, and shareware distributors are welcome
to freely distribute this software provided it is not altered in any

About Inc.

SubRosaSoft’s design philosophy revolves around easy-to-use yet
extremely powerful Mac OS X software. For more information, contact Inc. by e-mail at or