Removing the cover art is easier than correcting it, but I'll cover a few options.
Removing all album art from Google Play: From the songs page, select every track. Right-click within the selection and select 'Edit Info' from the pop-up menu. On the cover art icon, click the X to delete the cover art from all your songs.
Removing just the bad album art: ...
Yes, it is possible.
First, change the directory permission to public in which your mp3 files reside.
Copy the folder ID, that will be at the end of URL when you are inside the directory. It will be something like this
Next you can access the mp3 files using hosted mode:
Don't know if this still helps anybody, but this can be done. With an “anybody with the link can view the file” link:
prefix the file ID with uc?id= and append it with &export=download
So it would look like this:
If you share an MP3 by link, you obtain a link like this
where XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX is the ID of your MP3 file.
Then you can obtain a direct link to this audio by
In particular you can use
This example works:
<source src="http://docs.google.com/uc?export=open&id=1uZd99P8_xWM3fYsoSl4xHa8md2MWHa68" type="audio/mp3"></source>
Your browser does not support HTML5 audio <br />
There is the filetype: search operator. Otherwise, as per this Lifehacker article, you could try something like this:
-inurl:(htm|html|php) in title:"index of" +"last modified" +"parent directory" +description +size +mp3 "Nirvana"
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Let's do a test and find out! Got myself a so called "wav" AND an MP3 version of the same track from Beatport (song "feel good" by Maduk). Will re-convert the MP3 version into another wav (for the purpose of importing into ProTools, reconverting it will preserve the lossy nature of the file), and invert it and play ...
The answer in my case was that Google Music does not use ID3 tags but uses APE tags, which my files only partially had due to the database not tagging them or something...
Anyways, get mp3tag, go in preferences to use APE (not on by default), then copy all the ID3 tags over to APE. Done and working!
First: did you also remove the song from Google Music recycle bin, after deleting it from your library?
There is a chance that if you upload a song that Google Music is recognizing as the same as the one you deleted, it will restores it from recycle bin, if it's still in there.
I don't know if you know already but this is how Google Music works:
when you ...
This might not be exactly what you want but you might want to consider hosting your mp3 on Soundcloud and posting a link to it.
Edit: what about uploading it as a video with a static image (i.e. your logo)? Seems like YouTube integration is much more common.
To update your ID3 tags on Play, you will need to set the codepage for your local MP3's first and then use something other than Windows Media Player to edit the tags in some way. A batch-edit tool might do the trick, and would make it easy to reverse the change afterward if needed. Add something to a field that you don't use, and then strip that change back ...
Yes if it is short enough you can call GVoice and play back the file
There is however a 3 minute time limit on messages ( http://productforums.google.com/forum/#!topic/voice/jZzCUQvM2BE ) so most likely you won't be able to get the result you are looking for if you want to transcribe a long file. You would have to break it up into many parts which is ...