Seattle – RealNetworks plans to soon release Rinse, a new
application that can be used to "clean" a user’s iTunes or other
digital music library, fixing song data, deleting duplications and adding album
artwork, GeekWire reported. The $39 application, which relies on the CDDB
database owned by Sony’s Gracenote, requires at least one correctly-spelled
word from the artist or song name in order to work.