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Search Comments tags of Music tracks, copy track results to playlist

OS X 10.10 and later only. This script will search the Comments tags of the Music library tracks for a user-entered text string and copy the track results to a discrete playlist.

Watch the video demo below.

Action shot:

Comments Search in action

Any tracks whose Comments contain the string "Bonus Track" will be copied to a "_Comments Search Results" playlist.

Latest version:

  • February 16, 2018
  • Minor maintenance
  • Puts search term in playlist's description
  • Results playlist name now user-enterable

Further:

Info:

  • This is a Compiled Script
  • file format: Script Bundle
  • Gatekeeper Security: None
  • current version downloads: 54 | total downloads: 289
  • .zip download size: 185.8K
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Current v1.1

Free to use, but a payment
in appreciation is requested.
Thanks for your support!

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