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We don't have much MOOD tags set, so we're new and inexperienced :-)
Read and converted to id3v2.4: [FAQ] Moods
Read: Moods. How to use?
Those are the MOODs, shown by foobar2000:
<MOOD> : «multiple values» Upbeat; Elex; Vibrant Music; Sexy; Retro; Moody; Chill; Astonished; Very sad; Smooth; Mellow; Funky; Flirty; Hot; Dreamy; Eclectic; Extremely serene; happy; Easy Listening
This is shown by madsonic:
Why so many differences?
What tags are used by madsonic for creating the list of moods?