I even do minor tag changes inside the iTunes 'Get Info' window. I can see how particularly owners of large classical music libraries might want more sorting options to distinguish the same work by orchestra, conductor or date but for my purposes, iTunes remains perfectly sufficient. I installed dBpoweramp
now that it became a native OS option but discovered no real benefits. I always grin when computer-for-hifi detractors malign iMacs as noisy. Mine sits less than 2m from the seat and I can't ever hear it run.
With a passive inline isolation transformer like SOtM's iSO-CAT6
on the Ethernet port, noise migrating down the pipeline between Internet router and iMac is banished. Relative to Apple's SMPS, Merging Technology's premium consumer NADAC includes one as do Nagra and Chord gear, our upstairs Crayon Audio CFA-1.2 and sundry premium class D amps like Mola-Mola and their derivatives. Switch-mode power bashing is popular. When applied wholesale, I no longer think that it is fully educated and factual. Until 'audiophile' servers significantly outperform my iMac, I'm not sold on all the computer hate. And so far, they haven't. Yet they often are wildly costlier, functionally crippled, have far inferior displays if any, rely on WiFi which we despise... and some still
require a computer to complete them. Never mind that all of them are
computers by another name. In short, for me the venerable iMac still makes for the most cost-effective sleek hi-performance PCfi platform I've worked with despite all the legitimate Apple criticisms one contends with during ownership of one. As with anything, one learns the ropes to work within them.
There are of course many different solutions. This merely happens to be the one which works best for me. And no, our car doesn't wear a "Mac for music server" bumper sticker; even though that'd express my sentiments precisely. But hey, with family connections on my father's side, to the Scottish highland clan of the Mackay, one perhaps shouldn't be surprised that for me, Mac would equal okay.