Tidy your music folder: organising MP3s with bliss
bliss is a software tool to organise digital music libraries. Unlike other music taggers, its primary aim is to reduce inconsistencies within your library to make your music collection beautiful. It saves you time by automating all of this as much as is both possible and desirable.
This is a tutorial about using bliss to organise the music files within your music folder. It begins assuming bliss has already been installed and is ready to start. The goals of this quick start guide are:
Learn a little about how bliss works
Learn how music files are stored on your computer
Learn how to configure bliss's simple file organisation rule
Learn how to rename music files or folders
The intended audience is any user of bliss who wants to organise the files within their music folder. That means users of popular music players like iTunes, Winamp, Windows Media Player, Squeezebox, Sonos and more.