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This page tries to list all tools external to MusicBrainz that make editing or viewing data more convenient. These include any programs, scripts, reports, etc from various sources.
- 1 Possible incorrect data
- 2 Editing tools
- 3 Valuable online databases
- 4 Access MusicBrainz using external APIs
- 5 MusicBrainz data ported to other systems
- 6 Other
Possible incorrect data
Making editing easier
Some user script repositories (alpha sorted):
- greasyfork.org’s MusicBrainz script set (automatically updated)
- openuserJS.org’s musicbrainz group (manually updated, not always up to date)
Other known places with userscripts:
- 96187’s user scripts (iTunes import, YouTube import, Vimeo import, paste-a-date, inline approve)
- Freso’s fork of 96187’s user scripts (has an updated (ie., working) version of YouTube import)
- Bitmap’s user scripts
- dufferZafar’s import scripts (iTunes, Amazon, TSeries)
- Goram’s working Amazon script (forked from dufferZafar's)
- JensBee’s user scripts
- jesus2099 scripts on GitHub (mirrored on both Greasy Fork and OpenUserJS)
- Murdos’ import scripts (Bandcamp, Discogs, Encyclopedisque)
- Rassie’s Chatlog improvements in an updated version including highlighting
- Loujine’s userscripts
- Frozen userscripts-mirror.org archive of old MB scripts
※ Here is a bitbucket/github/gitlab userscript installer (it adds green icons to INSTALL scripts directly from those repository file lists)
- Bandcamp, Beatport, and Local File Parsers (with great assistance comes great responsibility)
- These parsers are meant to be run at the command line passing in either a URL (Bandcamp release, or Beatport release), or a directory with a set of files. The local file parsers run on all files in a directory with the same extension, and are intended to output a whole release, suitable for copying / pasting into the tracklist page's Track Parser. They are written in Perl, require at least Perl v5.10 and a differing set of Perl Modules based off the particular service. The local file parsers are currently format specific.
Valuable online databases
See Other Databases.
|URI||Description||Comments (on reliability etc...)|
|http://amazon.fr||Releases dates often wrong|
|http://amazon.de||Often omits to mark imports as "[Import]"|
|http://www.encyclopedisque.fr||For French vinyls|
|http://www.lpdiscography.com/||Has dates, labels, and catalog numbers|
About amazon's [Import] label not trustworthy, here is the smoke-proof to check whether the IMPORT is bogus or not on .fr Switch the tld to .de: http://www.amazon.de/gp/product/B00004UH7R Check what they have as a label, in this case: Label: France (Megaphon Importservice) => it comes from france, and the [Import] is on .fr is bogus.
Access MusicBrainz using external APIs
Web Service Version 2 (current)
- GoMusicBrainz - a Golang client library
- graphbrainz - query the web service with graphql