The Music Library Management blog

Dan Gravell

I'm Dan, the founder and programmer of bliss. I write bliss to solve my own problems with my digital music collection.

The 3 Cs: Completeness

Time for the third of our series of three posts on the subject of the 3 Cs. This week we concentrate on metadata completeness; what completeness is, where and why you want it, how you should audit your music to ensure metadata completeness, and a walkthrough of using bliss to complete, as an example, year information.


The 3 Cs: Correctness

Onto the second topic in our blog series on the 3 Cs: correctness.


Release 20140702

In this release I've made some improvements to bliss's untagged page.

First, I changed the show tags option to display the tags using the same component as is used for the Tags page. Hopefully this familiarity in look and keyboard navigation will be beneficial. As before, the tags can be edited before being tagged into the music files.


The 3 Cs: Consistency

I first posted about the 3 Cs (completeness, correctness, consistency) back in 2011 and since then I refer back to both the concept and that blog post often.

That got me thinking: maybe a more in-depth treatment of the 3 Cs is required! So I've decided to put together three in depth blog articles about the 3 Cs, to be published over the coming weeks. This week we'll start with consistency.


Audi MMI album art

It's always interesting to hear of new ways and situations bliss is used in. I recently received an email from a bliss customer who used bliss to fix album artwork for his car.