On the other hand, if you have a way of downloading that you feel is safe,
that's much more preferable.
Latest version of "4K YouTube to MP3" is working nicely right now.
I've just copied from this newsgroup and pasted onto a button within
the app the following, and 5 mp3s were created within 30 seconds or
Hang Up My Rock And Roll Shoes - Jerry Lee Lewis - Sun 344
Poor Boy Needs A Preacher - The Untouchables - Madison 128
It's Gonna Come Out In The Wash Someday - Annie Laurie - DeLuxe
Cut Across Shorty - Eddie Cochran - Liberty 55242
Walking Doctor Bill - B.B King - Kent 350
trim dead space (mp3Trim)
make the volume the same on all tracks (mp3Gain)
screenshots of the app in use
and attach meaningful and consistent track information on each track (TagAndRename).
assuming this is 'Tag&Rename', this is now trialware (you are meant
to buy at some point)
screenshots of the app in use:
however, the same Softpointer link above details the free tag editor
for folk with a technical background there is the FREE macro-enabled
mp3Tag (not to be confused with 'mp3Tag Pro' from elsewhere) which is
also very good at using tags to rename batch downloaded mp3s from
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