Wanted: software for flash audio recorder
Last month I bought a Tascam DR-07 which is a nice flash-based digital audio recorder. With it I am able to record all the fun I have with my kids and friends (e.g. when playing Taboo). All audio material is recorded in PCM (WAV) format on the SD card of the device and can be transferred easily onto my GNU/Linux machine.
Unfortunately I have not found a good solution to manage the audio material that is generated yet. I have started to convert all files into FLAC format simply because no tagging tool seems to be available that supports metadata embedding into WAV files. Most media players support FLAC metadata but they are restricted to the Disc/Album/Track view. My output files do not fit to this scheme and my preferred view on the files would be more likely organized around Recording Date/Location/Persons information (similar to handling images from a digital camera).
So I am looking for a good approach to handle my audio files using free software. The software that comes closest is perhaps the Windows-only, closed-source tool Mp3tag as it allows convenient handling of custom tags. Does anybody know some similar tool for GNU/Linux? If you have an idea what software fits to my situation please leave a comment or send a mail to yahuxo(at)fsfe(dot)org.