the issue for me was, after d/l and extracting the audio file (torrent) … the album contained 10-12 songs of “simon & garfunkel”. ported the single files using itunes to my iphone-3gs. 'xcept, the end result was three or four ‘albums’ … one with a single s&g song … one with two or three s&g songs … etc. simply put … itunes couldn’t place all of 'em in one single album. and, yes, this has been 10+ years ago … lol.
from the description of op … the ‘tags’ need to be changed within the file’s meta-data. hex-editor may/mayn’t work … if you are handy with binary coding. think the software i used offered interface for the person … just type in what they wanted in certain fields. as i recall, the program was called “abander tagcontrol” … developed by “softartstudio.com” … careful, there is no *.ssl license for the website’s domain.
as with all software … you should always d/l the files from the developer … not software clearing houses (majorgeeks, softpedia, downloadcnet, etc.) … else, you may very well end up installing more than you bargained for … and, very likely, malware. even when d/l from developer’s website … make sure the url points to the chosen website. once d/l … immediately scan the *.exe file with your security sentries (a/v, a/m, r/k, etc.). also, before installing … wouldn’t hurt to create system-restore point. after installation … perform full scan of computer. keep in mind … even developer’s websites have been hacked … thereby, customers ending up d/l infected versions of files.