Auto tagging your music files with bliss

bliss is a software tool to organise digital music libraries. It aims to make music libraries complete, correct and consistent. Under the 'complete' banner, one of its functions is to be able to recognise and suggest tags for audio files that don't contain any tags already.

This is a tutorial about using bliss to auto tag your music files. It begins assuming bliss has already been installed and is ready to start. The goals of this quick start guide are:

The intended audience is any user of bliss who wants to tag audio files that don't already have tags. That means users of any of the popular music players like iTunes, Winamp, Windows Media Player, Squeezebox, Sonos and more.

Already know about tags and just want to jump to the main part of the tutorial? Then start with Running bliss's auto tagger.

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