That’s a bit more difficult.
Excuse me while I go all philosophical whle avoiding asking you why you want to name them that way…
Personally I use simple filenames, just the track title, with a three digit track number.
I believe the artist and album title are best used “lower” in the file path, as folder and subfolder names.
there are practical limitations on the length of file names and if you have a long track title and a long album title it can add up to some really rediculously long file names.
I started naming my files that way, but it seemed too combersome
Also on a computer screen looking at a column of file names seeing
the artist and album title with the track title rolled off the right margin of the screen made it a real PITA to find anything.
So my naming scheme is now:
F:\mp3 Library\Led Zeppelin\02 Led Zeppelin II\007 Ramble On.mp3
It seems some artists specifically choose long album and track titles simply to be annoying.
Like Collective Soul’s album: “Hints, Allegations and Things Left Unsaid” and that’s just the album title, THANK GOD that there
isn’t a title track the same name
with the “traditional” mp3 naming scheme that you are looking for
you can have a track title/file name like:
Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers - Greatest Hits - Don’t Come Around Here No More.mp3
that’s seventy four characters & spaces before the “dot” & three character file extension and to be specific that’s the exact file name that nearly made me “Go postal” about the whole “Artist - Album Title - Track Title.mp3” file naming scheme.
stop the madness…
Artist\album rack title.mp3
It may be simple and stupid
but it’s also simple stupid and it WORKS.
and in the greater scheme of things “works” is all that