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    Tagging existing tracks with a mood tag automatically from an online database?

    While easy listening I usually use random play from 19 000 tracks spread over 1500 albums on a local NAS and from Tidal favourites.
    Sometimes the mix doesn't play suitable songs. Like wanting some softer tracks but Search and destroy by Iggy pops up
    Is it possible to add mood tags to albums and individual tracks automatically from an online tags database?

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    Originally posted by Zombie View Post
    While easy listening I usually use random play from 19 000 tracks spread over 1500 albums on a local NAS and from Tidal favourites.
    Sometimes the mix doesn't play suitable songs. Like wanting some softer tracks but Search and destroy by Iggy pops up
    Is it possible to add mood tags to albums and individual tracks automatically from an online tags database?
    Instead of Random Play try Don’t Stop The Music fed by the LastMix (Plugin). You need to seed the playlist with half a dozen tracks but thereafter it works very well.
    Jim
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      I strongly suggest not to use "mood" or "occasion" tags. I had used these tags through MusicBee but it resulted in loads of nonsense.
      E.g. mood: "soft", "lazy", "relaxed", "cool down", "recreational"... all for the same type of music.
      Occasion was even worse with "afternoon on the sofa" or "good sex" or "crazy dancing".
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