Add iTunes Comments
Mac Tip #222/30-November-2005
Select a track in iTunes and choose Get Info from the File menu. Click on the Info tab and you’ll see a comments area. Some tracks may already contain comments.
If you want to add your own comment (such as ‘keeper’ for any tracks you want to note as being worthy of keeping) you can enter it here. That’s fine for one or two tracks, but if you want to mark several in one session it’s awfully tedious.
Doug explains what to do with the script you download: Running AppleScripts in iTunes.
Now you can add the same comment to multiple tracks with ease. Select one or more tracks and choose the script from the scripts menu. Enter the text for your comment and choose where to place your text: before or after any existing comment. After a few moments the script will let you know when it’s completed the task.
Doug has hundreds of scripts available at his site, so do explore. And remember: if you find any of the scripts useful a donation helps Doug keep his site going.
Be sure to click on the screenshot thumbnails for larger versions.