I have 50000 files and add new ones from time to time
the clementine tag editor, works fine outside of your library, click the
files tab next to the left pane so you are able to check tags, before
adding to your library
editing large numbers of tags will sometimes make whatever you are
listening to buffer & make clementine seem unresponsive, be patient
a normal structure for a music library
a folder named music containing folders for each artist containing folders
for each album, music>artist>album>song
you can do it other ways genre>artist>album
set clementine to display the same clicking wrench icon right of search
box: wrench>Group By>Artist>Year>Album [or whatever sort you prefer]
to add a new albums or songs for an existing artist can just moved or
copied to it's proper location with your favorite file browser
clementine will show the new content without doing anything
On Tuesday, August 8, 2017 at 6:17:45 PM UTC-7, Music101 wrote:
> Hello there, new to Clementine and still figuring it out, but so far, I'm
> loving it. I also just purchased a new Macbook pro, which Clementine is
> currently running on. Therefore I'm still learning both the software and
> the OS. Anyway, I just copied all of the music from my 128gb micro sd card
> into Clementine, I've been editing the tags a bit, playing around with it,
> good stuff. But my question is, How do I then put the newly tagged music in
> Clementine into a new folder directly onto my Mac? Is there a shortcut I'm
> missing? Clicking and dragging doesn't seem to work. I'd just like to know
> that my music is in a folder directly on my hard drive, as well as on
> Clementine. Is this making any sense? I don't quite know what I'm doing.
> Any help/directions would be greatly appreciated. Please and thank you.
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