Yate 6.0.2 – Tag and organize your audio files


Yate was developed for people who are serious about tagging and organizing their audio files. The application was designed from the ground up for Mac users. It is a 100% Cocoa-written application and uses its own tagging library. Yate will tag mp3, m4a, aiff, flac, wav and dsf files.


Yate has a long list of features; most importantly, an innovative scripting system called actions. Actions can be used to update all of an album’s tags with a single operation. Yate also supports integration with Discogs, MusicBrainz, AcoustID and iTunes. All changes can be easily reverted and individual changes can be undone in any order. Whether you want to automatically or manually tag your files, Yate can do it all!



Version 6.0.2:

  • You can now download Top, Artist, Release and Track tags from Last.fm
  • For now the support is only available through actions
  • A new action statement named Last.fm Tags can extract the site’s top tags or tags associated with albums, tracks or artists
  • The web resources page has a download called Last.fm Suite which includes a variety of actions to access the functionally
  • The suite is capable of stripping out year, decade and artist related tags. Actions are provided to extract genres and moods. This is done by matching the downloaded tags to the Genres List and the Moods List
  • Last.fm tags entail far more than just genres and moods. A database is maintained which you implicitly mark tags as to be ignored; tags which are accepted (regardless of their presense in the Genre or Mood lists) and tags which are to be renamed
  • An action is provided which trains the database by allowing you to specify rules on all tags which can be downloaded. This includes ignoring, accepting, renaming, adding to the Genre List or adding to the Mood List
  • Given a set of downloaded tags named variables for Genres, Moods, Others, Years and Decades are available
Action Statement Changes
  • You can now specify the transformation mode on a Case statement at runtime
  • The Compare Text statement has a new Is the Same Path As as test. A rigorous test is made to determine if two paths reference the same file
  • The File Path Manipulation statement has new Abbreviate path (make relative to the home folder if possible), Standardize Path (make relative paths absolute and remove unnecessary components) and Resolve Path (Standardize and resolve symbolic links) modes
  • New statement named Last.fm Tags
  • The List Manipulate and Issue Database Query statements have a new Regex Filter function. Validation, previews and interoperability with the Regular Expression Tester is available
  • Most List Manipulate statement functions now preserve the order of the first (leftmost) list. A new option for some functions named Do not compress is now available to indicate that you do not want list items to have leading and trailing spaces trimmed and that empty items should not be removed
  • The Prompt for File or Folder statement can now set the initial folder and filename displayed via the setting of new special named variables
  • The Prompt for Text statement can now specify the initial text in a named variable
Action Runtime Settings
  • Referenced Runtime Sets are no longer exported unless they are named on an Include statement. This was always the intent
Action Manager
There is a new context menu item named Resource Documentation. The item will be displayed if the selected action has been downloaded from the Resources Web page. Not all Resource Web Page actions have the required linkage. They will be updated over time
Resetting Preferences
  • The Factory Reset menu item has been removed. From mow on, whenever the preferences are reset a factory reset is performed. Yate is closed after a reset and has to be reopened

Preferences – Export Sets

  • OOB and Variable items can now use the qualifier field to specify a menu that is displayed when a cell in the column is double clicked. Menu item separators can be inserted and it is possible to mark such a column as having inline editing disabled
  • Variable columns can now be Yes/No columns
Copying Metadata
  • The Actions>Copy Metadata>Copy Selected Metadata… item has been renamed to Copy/Configure Selected Metadata… As the displayed metadata is used by the Copy One to Many function, the item is now always available. If the number of loaded or selected files is not appropriate for the chosen copy mode, the Copy button will display the reason
Bug Fixes
  • A rare timing based crash in the MusicBrainz wizard when accessing Discogs data is enabled and multiple requests are successively made has been resolved
  • The Q button in the Preferences-Export panel was not inline editing the qualifier field. This was introduced when Yes/No column support was added
  • The database context menu item to view a note could be hidden
  • When a new row was added to a database file and the database was being filtered, the row would not be selected
  • The Action Manager’s escape menu of runtime settings was not suppressing a leading # when it had been used to represent keep empty values
  • The status bar in the Beatport Importer was not resizing correctly. If the window was made too small it was possible that the Import button was effectively disabled



  • Intel, 64-bit processor
  • OS X 10.10 or later

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