We've all seen the problems iTunes has with recognizing CD tracks that you may have turned into a special mix Audio CD you burned. If you've taken a collection of MP3s and burned them for an Audio CD, you are probably familiar with this image - Track 1, Track 2, Track 3, etc. You have no idea what those songs are - or at the very least, what the correct names are.
With an app, iTunes Match subscription, and some CDs you can change your 'unknown' collection into something useful and make them available to all of your iOS devices and Computers.
1. Launch the SoundHound app on your iOS device.
2. Insert a CD with unrecognized tracks into your Mac - you can import now if you wish as well.
3. Click Play on one of those tracks (Track 1, Track 2, etc).
4. Turn up the volume on the song, and then Click 'Tap Here' on the SoundHound app. Within a few seconds, that song with be recognized. Incredible.
5. Now go into iTunes and CONTROL-CLICK on the track you are playing and choose 'Get Info'. Now enter the correct data into the track. I'm not sure of how iTunes Match makes a match, but it doesn't hurt to enter the track info as precisely as you can.
6. Now iTunes Match should do it's thing and try and Match, or at least Upload to iCloud. If not, CONTROL-CLICK On it and choose 'Add to iCloud' and this should match or upload it to the iCloud service.
7. Check your other Macs or iOS devices - these newly updated songs will now be in your iCloud. If you had poor quality versions, now you can download the MATCHED songs in the higher quality 256kbps AAC format. Easily worth the $25 a year!