bliss organises large digital music libraries. It aims to deliver a music library that is as beautiful to look at, browse, search and navigate as it is to listen to.
A common problem in music libraries is out-of-control genres, where multiple genres of varying specifity or generality are assigned to different albums. For example, the album Led Zeppelin may be assigned a genre of "Rock", while Led Zeppelin II may be assigned "British hard rock blues". Such fragmentation is a cause of frustration because the explosion in number of genres makes a music library more difficult to navigate.
This is a tutorial about using bliss to consolidate genres in your music library. It begins assuming bliss has already been installed and is ready to start. The goals of this quick start guide are:
Already know about tags, how genres are stored and just want to jump to the main part of the tutorial? Then start with Configuring bliss to consolidate genres.blog comments powered by Disqus